Somehow ghastly yet emminently practical — an experiment to see how long cadaver lungs can be kept viable future transplantation.
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This appeared on the internet a few weeks ago and screamed out for a remix. Not to normal types, perhaps, but we heard the screaming. Enjoy your cane, Don.
Our friends at Street Anatomy recently blogged about Warsaw-based artist Aleksandra Walisewska‘s often anatomical, always unsettling work. The artist describes her raw, compelling style in an interview with My Dance The Skull: I love pre-modern art. It is an endless source of inspiration for me, a true bottomless well of ideas. Looking at some picture throughout the […]
HALLOWEEN HIGHWAY 2 with Art of Bleeding and Friends Friday, October 28, 8:00pm – 10:30 Saturday, October 29, 8:00pm – 10:30 Sunday, October 30, 8:00pm – 10:30 Steve Allen Theater 4773 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90027 This Halloween weekend, The Art of Bleeding will once again transform the Steve Allen Theater parking lot into […]
I shot these a while back while visiting the Musée Dupuytren at the University of Paris medical school and thought I’d share them here. The museum itself is somewhat hard to find (some medical students queried nearby had no idea it existed) and is entered through a series of cluttered academic offices. I was happy […]
Illustrator Danny Quirk apparently took his “Anatomy for Artists” courses very seriously. These intriguing renderings were created while studying at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.
So, we’ve missed several days of blogging thanks to production on a soon-to-be-uploaded Art of Bleeding video. What’s it about, you say? Well, the above image is intended as a hint. No, it’s not a porn video, but like the good Dr. von Hagens, we know how to get your attention. Look for the new AoB […]
Feedback 0n the recent face-transplant blog entry got us searching the topic a bit more, and we didn’t have to search long. Think this pretty much says it all: “Face Transplant Pictures Dot Com” (not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach obviously)