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Información Acerca de la Anatomía en MedlinePlus

the visible human project

Radiology Anatomy Atlas, This is a free program, available for Macintosh and Windows, that allows viewing of labeled images of human anatomy.


Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body, Anatomía del cuerpo humano de Henry Gray, Versión completa (texto y gráficos) gratuita.

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Street Anatomy Blog || Morbid Anatomy Blog



He Took His Skin Off For Me Film Release
“The story of a man who takes his skin off for his girlfriend, and why it probably wasn’t the best idea…” He Took His Skin Off For Me is an adaptation of an original short story by award-winning writer Maria Hummer. It is a story about the sacrifices we make for the person we love and the trouble we encounter when the sacrifices become one-sided. The film is humorous and touching, yet uncomfortable, leaving you feeling for the struggles of both characters. Director Ben Aston turned to Kickstarter to successfully fund the film, which used no CGI whatsoever. Ben brought in SFX legend Colin Arthur (Never Ending Story, 2001: […]

Kazha Imura – Pools of Sorrow
Tokyo based illustrator, Kazha Imura, places her naked body at the center of each delicate piece for this series titled, “Phrases”. They are dreamlike self portraits that you might not notice are half photograph, half illustration. Each piece exuding a tranquility and despair in start black and white contrast. Kazha’s technique if fascinating. She draws on each photograph of herself by scratching at the surface with a safety pin. The lines in the photography continue with the pencil lines that go on to connect to an anatomical illustration. I can’t help but keep looking at them over and over again. […]

We Are All Human
A campaign against racism by Ecuador-based digital compositor, David Vargas (COBA). We’re all the same underneath—except for natural anatomical variations and anomalies, of course…     You Might Also EnjoyNastPlast’s Unraveling HeadsA Factory Pump by Heiko KlugDrive Safely Campaign: Cars in your blood

Ken Tackett’s Quirky Anatomy
   Texas based illustrator, Ken Tackett takes what looks to be a quick energetic sketch/concept and turns it into a surprisingly tight vector. Throw in some bold colors and gritty texture and his final pieces take on a fun, if not morbid, personality. I especially enjoy the Stickman Anatomy up top. Many of his pieces are inspired by the great James Jean and Charlie Immer. You can check out more of his work at kentackettart.com and shop his t-shirt designs at Design By Humans.     You Might Also EnjoySTUNTKID’s DeadlipsDavid Oliveira Wire AnatomyA World in Vector

Hedi Xandt’s Bodilisk II
We’ve been following the stunning sculptures of Hedi Xandt since last year when we posted an overview of his work. His latest sculpture, titled “Bodilisk II – Acheron,” is an écorché style creature clutching a gold heart. Hedi states that his classical sculptures, “show the dark side of a beauty that is considered perfect and divine, literally set in stone.” Hedi is a self-taught conceptual artist and professional graphic/multimedia designer. His work is dark, well crafted, and carries with it a deadly boldness that we absolutely love. Has Hedi Xandt’s work piqued your interest? View more of his incredible sculptures and design at hedixandt.com!   […]