Posts Tagged ‘anatomy’
Joris Kuipers‘ installations are inspired by bodily cross-sections from MRI scans and CT scans:
“Joris Kuipers’ works find their origin in historic, scientific and/or anatomic sources ranging from the woodcuts by Andreas Vesalius to CT-scans, MRI-scans, autopsy images and the plastinations by Gunther von Hagens. As in medical practice, Joris dissects the body layer by layer. After this fragmentation, the body is rearranged in a non-rational manner, in order to reveal emotional significance.”
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Beautiful collages by Resatio, artist and graphic designer based in Indonesia…
The elegant design of the Sugar Skull is representative of the Mexican Day of the Dead celebrations, where this folkloric skull is a ‘Memento Mori’ and has become an iconic symbol of life and death.
You can buy it at Anatomy Boutique.