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Imagining the inner body

When anatomy meets creativity, imagination is the only limit

September 4, 2013

Anatomy, the ancient science of describing the structures of living things, has always been a wonderful source of visual inspiration. There are countless examples of illustrations, collages, paintings and sculptures that use anatomical elements as a central reference (one of our favorite places to find them is Street Anatomy), and we decided to pick a few of those art works to feature here in this quick post.

These particular examples all have the anatomy of the Human Body as the main element and it’s possible you’ll recognize a couple of them that already caught the attention of major websites and blogs.

Paperworks 2013 | Troels Carlsen

(image: Troels Carlsen)
(image: Troels Carlsen)

(Via Troels Carlsen)

Body Systems for children | Rachel Ignotofsky

(image: Rachel Ignotofsky)

(Rachel Ignotofsky, via Street Anatomy)

Anatomy | Fernando Vicente

(image: Fernando Vicente)

(Via Fernando Vicente)

Body Systems for children | Casey Cripe

(image: Casey Cripe)
(image: Casey Cripe)

(Via. You should also read this guest post by Casey here on Visual Loop)

Collage artwork | Balint Zsako

(image: Balint Zsako)

(Via Balint Zsako)

Occupied Organs | Angela Willetts

(image: Angela Willetts)

(Via Angela Willetts on Etsy)

 

You’ll probably have a favorite anatomy illustration of your own. Share it with us in the comments or on Twitter and Facebook!

Written by Tiago Veloso

Tiago Veloso is the founder and editor of Visualoop and Visualoop Brasil . He is Portuguese, currently based in Bonito, Brazil.

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