Inspired by Travis Bedel Collages

Grow by Travis Bedel is a collage of a torso collaged from images of muscles and botanicals.

I'm in awe of Travis Bedel collages -- breathtaking images using, in his own words, "anatomical, zoological, and botanical amalgamation".

I'm following Candy Anatomy

An image of a hand up of a variety of candies by Candy Anatomy

Mike McCormick, a second year Glasgow University Medical Student, is the mastermind behind one of my favorite Instagram accounts -- Candy Anatomy. He combines a variety of colorful candy bits to create anatomical models. My favorites are his different versions of eyes and hands.

Delicate organs by Camila Carlow

Lungs by Camila Carlow

I'm in love with these delicate images of organs composed of flowers by Camila Carlow. Kidneys made of moss and tendrils and a heart that could pass as a bridal bouquet. 

Beautiful and deadly: Glass Microbiology by Luke Jerram

E. Coli glass sculpture by Luke Jerram

Luke Jerram creates stunning works of glass sculptures of microscopic diseases. The work is ethereal and glass is the perfect translucent and fragile medium to represent the miniscule on a grand scale. 

Anatomically Correct Chairs by Sam Edkins

Anatomically Correct Chair, Armchair by Sam Edkins

I really dig these awesome anatomical chairs by Sam Edkins. Combining vintage furniture and illustrations to create a whimsical, practical art piece in the spirit of memento mori.

Inspired by David Altmejd

The Flux and the Puddle by David Altmejd

David Altmejd uses "plexiglas, quartz, polystyrene, expandable foam, epoxy clay, epoxy gel, resin, synthetic hair, clothing, leather shoes, thread, mirror, plaster, acrylic paint, latex paint, metal wire, glass eyes, sequin, ceramic, synthetic flowers, synthetic branches, glue, gold, feathers, steel, coconuts, aqua resin, burlap, lighting system including fluorescent lights, Sharpie ink, wood, coffee grounds, polyurethane foam" as materials and that's just for one of his large scale sculptural pieces, The Flux and the Puddle.

Anatomical Illustrations by Alfonso Elola

Anatomical Phases 1 by Alfonso Elola

Alfonso Elola uses anatomical imagery in his illustrations. His use of soft, colors in the Anatomical Phases combined with the female faces and flowers offers a perfect counterpoint to the exposed skeletal and muscular structures. The skeletons are much more the focus of his Capuchin Objects  -- another series that I am really drawn to.

Skeleton by Philippe Carron

Still from Skeleton by Philippe Carron

This mesmerizing thirty seconds of a 3D skeleton assembling itself by Phillippe Carron is stunning. The music, the sound effects, the lighting and the 3D modeling come together to create a believable space where I believe the bones are snapping together -- becoming something new (and sinister). 

Anatomy of War by Noah Scalin

Anatomy of War: Smith & Wesson by Noah Scalin

Noah Scalin's Anatomy of War is literally a visceral representation of war. Showing the most obvious symbol of war -- a gun -- with soft, fleshy organs. Hardware that is capable of destroying it's own insides. 

Caitlin McCormack Crochets Animal Skeletons

Night Glaive by Caitlin McCormack

I have an affinity for artists who bring traditionally "female" materials into modern practice. Caitlin McCormack is one of those artists. Glue soaked string is crocheted into imaginary creatures' skeletons. 

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