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Tag: anatomy

Wow… Vintage anatomical plus vintage biodiversity art forms make for a gorgeous combination.

Wow…

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By Travis Bedal, via Visual News

Mathematical equation that plots a three dimensional heart

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Via Futility Closet.

Lovely science-y images by Rachel Ignotofsky

This stuff makes me smile…

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By Rachel Ignotofsky, via Fresh Photons.

These black and white (science-y) illustrations by @superjoshln are gorgeous

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By Josh Ln, via Thinx

The human body in glorious stop motion

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By Kelli Anderson, via Colossal.

You might need a double take when you look at these body landscapes.

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By Carl Warner, via My Modern Met.

I imagine that it was probably fate for these medical practitioners.

This excellent list from Futility Closet:

Apt names of medical specialists, collected by the MEDLIB-L discussion list in 1998:

Cardiologists: Dr. Valentine, Dr. Hart, Dr. Safety R. First

Chiropractors: Dr. Popwell, Dr. Wack, Dr. Bonebrake, Dr. Bender

Dentists, endodontists and orthodontists: Dr. Pullen, Dr. Fillmore, Dr. Hurt, Dr. Yankum, Dr. Les Plack, Dr. Toothman, Dr. Borer, Dr. Pullman, Dr. Filler, Dr. Harm, Dr. Hurter, Dr. Toothaker

Dermatologists: Dr. Rash, Dr. Pitts, Dr. Skinner, Dr. Whitehead

Family practice, internists: Dr. Kwak, Dr. Blood, Dr. Coffin, Dr. Patient, Dr. Payne, Dr. Slaughter, Dr. A. Sickman, Dr. Deadman, Dr. Will Griever

Hand surgeons: Dr. Palmer, Dr. Nalebuff, Dr. Watchmaker

Medical librarian: Rita Book

Neurologists: Dr. Johnathan Treat Paine, Dr. Brain, Dr. Head

Pediatricians: Dr. Donald Duckles, Dr. Small, Dr. Bunny, Dr. Tickles

Psychiatrists/psychologists/mental health: Dr. Brain, Dr. Strange, Dr. Dippy, Dr. Moodie, Dr. Nutter, Dr. Looney

Surgeons: Dr. Hackman, Dr. Blades, Dr. Klutts, Dr. Graves, Dr. Cutts, Dr. Slaughter, Dr. Kutteroff, Dr. Doctor, Dr. Butcher, Dr. Hurt

More here. In 1977 authors A.J. Splatt and D. Weedon submitted an article on incontinence to theBritish Journal of Urology. It was accepted.

Quantum Proctology explained (sort of).

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By Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, via Fresh Photons

Haunting and surreal renditions of scientific imagery by Daniel Martin Diaz

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By Daniel Martin Diaz, via Thinx (also Boing Boing)

Edible Anatomy: Baker’s Edition #whoa

Not sure how I feel about these…

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By the Conjurer’s Kitchen, via Thinx

The gamete inspired wooden spoon: note that no gonads were harmed in its making

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By Terry Widner, via Thinx.

Human tissue samples reworked as digital mandalas #strangelybeautiful

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By Mieke Geenen, via Stacey Thinx

Gotta get me one of these muscle suits…

Would be kind of funny to wear this at the gym…

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You can buy it here. Via Sweet Station.

Lives of Grass: oddly compelling botanical human sculptures

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By Mathilde Roussel

This is what photographic film looks like, when it passes through your digestive system.

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Kingston University photography students Luke Evans and Josh Lake decided to turn themselves into human cameras by eating 35mm film squares and letting their bodies do the rest. The single film segments were first ingested, excreted (in a dark room) then washed.

Via Fresh Photons.

How about a tea in the ribcage of a fully articulated 95-foot bowhead whale skeleton?

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“In 1831 the skeleton of a 95-foot bowhead whale was displayed in a pavilion at Charing Cross, as part of a tour that had also touched Ostend and Paris. Visitors could ascend a flight of steps to a stage set within the ribcage, where they could sit at a table and write puns in the guest book. (“Why should we be mourned for if killed by the falling of the bones of the whale? We should be be-wailed.”)”

Text via Futility Closet.

T. Rex: always the fail in participation grades.

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By Mark Parisi, via IFLS.

Interesting facts about Uranus. #funny

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Artist unknown. Via IFLS.

BEST ANATOMY GIFT EVER. Eyeball Creature a la Lego.

Eye Creature from Invisible Creature on Vimeo.

By Invisible Creature

Pillow cases for sciencegeeks.

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From Dirtsa Studio. Via Stacey Thinx

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