Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 09, 2014
We have showcased the science-based, anatomical illustrations of London-based artist Katie Scott, and she has a great new collection of works we wanted to show today. Scott has worked with a ton of clients including the New York Times, Urban Outfitters, Wallpaper*, Converse, Phaidon, Wired, and more. Such fantastic work...
Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
We aren't quite sure what we are seeing right now, but what we do see is someone who might have sat in our AP Biology class in high school and had a better imagination than us. And he made these science textbook-inspired collage pieces that we are absolutely stunned by. And his name is Travis Bedel... well, he wasn't in our class, but he does have a better imagination with science.
Juxtapoz // Friday, August 02, 2013
If Salvador Dali lived today and really wanted to get into the medical profession but wanted to keep his artistic chops, we get a gut feeling that his work could possibly go in the direction of Milan, Italy's Valerio Carrubba. We have always wanted to coin a term such as "Anatomical Surrealism," but now we sort of want to call Carrubba's work "Anatomical Surrealist Landscape" painting.
Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 10, 2012
Roberto Osti's fantastical anatomical drawings explore intersections between modern science and myth. Interested in how humans might one day reach immortality through cloning or the potential reality of hybrid monsters, Osti's awe-inspiring images merge the visual language of scientific drawing with subjects that reveal the absurd potential of rational science.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 01, 2012
We know yesterday was Halloween, but why not have some classic lowbrow styles on this November 1st day. We like Billy Reynolds' statement, too: "I will always be a traditional painter, because nothing beats an original hand-made analog creation. Analog creations are of the highest order in human capabilities."
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 11, 2012
This isn't the first time we have shown his work, but we really love the anatomical self-dissection series by Massachusetts-based Danny Quirk. Look at the arm hair in these pieces, so well done. All this work is done with watercolors...
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 03, 2012
Anatomical tattoos are a way to literally wear your heart on your sleeve. Whether you are showing some muscle on top of your flesh or letting your brains hang out, getting these type of tattoos are a sure way to get some "oohs & ahhs" amongst your friends. In addition, why not feel as if your helping to educate the public by giving them an anatomy lesson?
Tattoo // Friday, June 29, 2012
Anatomical tattoos are a way to literally wear your heart on your sleeve. Whether you are showing some muscle on top of your flesh or letting your brains hang out, getting these type of tattoos are a sure way to get some "oohs & ahhs" amongst your friends. In addition, why not feel as if your helping to educate the public by giving them an anatomy lesson?!
Juxtapoz // Monday, November 21, 2011
Just like the some of the great works of Fernando Vincente that we showed on the site last week, we really love the anatomical self-dissection series by Massachusetts-based Danny Quirk. The realism in these is perhaps the most striking feature.
Juxtapoz // Monday, October 10, 2011
We don't know if Swiss artist Ivan Ebel is going to continue or develop these anatomical paintings any further, but the first two images we have seen are a good start. Looks as if he is using anatomical design as a tattoo upon his painted human body. Both the female and male subjects get their own treatment.