Art and creativity inspired by Anatomy and Science
Fragments by Lorenzo Nanni (2001) Lorenzo Nanni is a textile artist living and working in Paris. His handmade fiber sculptures are inspired by organic matter and living forms. He reinterprets images of botany … Continue reading
The God Of The Grove, 2013. gold-plated brass, polymer, distressed black finish, marble by Hedi Xandt: http://www.hedixandt.com/
Anton Lieberman: http://www.ltdlosangeles.com/antonlieberman.html The Jaw (Polished Teeth), 2010 Stainless steel 2 x 7 x 15 inches
Artist Ione Thorkelsson casts objects (including human bones) into glass: “As an object maker I am always on the look-out for things to cast and there are always lots … Continue reading
The Boneflake collection is a sweet little booklet full of a selection of snowflake shapes collaged out of human bones. See the whole collection here.
This Valentines Day, London will be playing host to romantic pop up with a twist – every single one of the gifts, cards or cakes on sale will be based … Continue reading
These have got to be the most intricate and involved anatomical paper cuts I’ve seen by Japanese artist Kako Ueda. Above from top; Tree of Life: hand cut paper with … Continue reading
Syndney based artist Owen Leong “uses the human body as a medium to interrogate social, cultural and political forces…Leong explores the passage between perceptual and physical thresholds of the body.” … Continue reading
This acrylic painting by Eric Drass is entitled ‘Take my heart (Take my whole life too)’. It’s available to buy on Saatchi Online.