Everywhere, everywhere, everywhere she goes, the only thing she sees is beautiful people! By 16-years-old, most of us had put our dreams on the backburner in favor of eyeliner, boys, alcopops and rara
In 1945, Alexander Fleming, the scientist who first observed the action of a new bacteria-fighting substance on a mouldy Petri dish, sounded a sober note. I imagine it may have clashed uneasily with the
Inspired by the oddities at the famous Mütter Museum in Philadelphia, SARO’s cyclops skulls have become a signature in Chicago. In an effort to show the world where he’s from SARO infused his signature
Influenced by graffiti, street art, mangas and cordel (Brazilian black and white zines illustrated with woodcuts), artist Rei Quinto shows us his fun interpretive take on anatomy. I love the style and
As an MFA student at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, Wes Valdez is focusing on the concept of death and the ways humans cope with loss through burial practices, memento mori, and the sublime.
Medical artist and friend of Street Anatomy Giselle Vitali, brings us a new anatomical series titled Drugs for Love. Giselle created these illustrations for an article titled Ciencia Para el Romance (The