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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



FFO Female Anatomical Art Nouveau
Not much is known about the artist who goes by FFO Art other than he or she uses anatomy extensively in collage and Art Nouveau inspired art. This artist does not care if their art is shared without attribution and only recently started signing work at the request of their growing number of fans on Tumblr. You can find prints of the pieces above and more by FFO Art at Society6!    

Simon Tourneboeuf – Arm Lamps, Clavicle Knives, and Beyond
A longtime follower of Street Anatomy, French sculptor Simon Tourneboeuf recently shared his transformations of human anatomy into functional wooden sculptures. Thus the skull becomes a mortar, the arm a lamp, the clavicle a deadly knife, all giving a unique take on the concept of functional anatomy. Each wooden tool seamlessly fits into a complete skeleton. The craftsmanship of Simon’s work is simply incredible! Definitely check out more of his sculptural work at simontourneboeuf.weebly.com.    

Medical Students Modeling Beautiful Anatomy
A series of print ads and posters art directed by Hamburg based designer, Andreas Haase. The ads were created to promote the Prometheus atlases published by, my favorite creator of anatomy and medical texts, Thieme. They use professional photographs of real medical students overlayed medical illustrations from the atlases. This is first for Prometheus in terms of promoting their atlases in a more artistic way. For them the message is “Beautiful Learning” achieved through stunning and clear medical illustration. And while this work very much resembles that of Danny Quirk, I do like the photography and the fact that these are real medical students. I […]

Michiko Maruyama’s Daily Medical Doodles
Michiko Maruyama is a medical student who turned studying into and artistic exercise. “At the end of each day, I sit and I think about everything that I had learned from morning till night and I transform it into a Daily Doodle. By combining studying and drawing, each doodle acts as a learning tool and a creative exercise.” I have a feeling that Michiko and i Heart Guts should get together for the ultimate in anatomical cuteness. View all of Michiko’s Daily Medial Doodles and explanations of each medical term at artoflearning.ca!   [spotted by Cyndi R.]    

Eye Heart Spleen – Foraging for Organs
Fresh and beautiful these plant based organs by Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow. Currently residing in Bristol, England, Camila is a multifaceted artist whose expertise ranges from painting to photography to organ themed plant arrangements. Camila says of her work, The most fascinating and intricate of biological structures, yet we rarely pay heed to the organs inside our body. Regardless of whether we fill ourselves with toxins or nourishing food, whether we exercise or not – our organs sustain us, working away effortlessly and unnoticed. In a similar way, plants flourishing in the urban environment are a testament to nature’s indifference to […]