Art and creativity inspired by Anatomy and Science
These are just a few of Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan‘s human iris images. When looking at the first few, I was amazed at how beautiful the landscape of the iris … Continue reading
Life seems to have become ‘meaty’ of late. These photographs by Dominic Episcopo are available at society6. Check out his other heart and steak artworks there too.
Photographer Daniel Alexander Hirst produced this poster for the Cheltenham Science Festival. The brief was “Create an A1 poster for the Cheltenham Science Festival based on the subject of Taboo. You … Continue reading
The zombie attack victims: Adam, Emma, Dan, Carla Arriving at the hub of freelance creative director Miss Cakehead’s headquarters on an average Thursday evening in August, it soon became apparent that this … Continue reading
The ‘Dissections’ series by artist Angela Christine Smith uses photography with anatomical dissection illustration perfectly. [found on My amp goes to 11]
These photographs are by 3D artist TTY. See his facebook page for more explanations of his work.
San Diego based designer, sculptor and painter Paul Kaiju‘s love of toys comes across in his photographs. The above image (taken from his Flickr site) is called ‘Tooth Fairy’.
I thought it topical and appropriate as we are currently in the middle of a truly british sporting event of the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament 2012, that I feature one of … Continue reading
As part of photographer Andrea Galluzzo’s ‘Know myself in all my parts’ series, I have chosen a few of my favourites. See more on her site. Above from top to … Continue reading