13 June 2011


Bone China by Phoebe Richardson

Phoebe Richardson is a London-based designer who specialises in silk screen printed, fine bone china. The range ‘Bone China’, which features skeleton crockery is all made using traditional techniques in Stoke-On-Trent. The products add a Gothic edge to everyday dining, complete with humorous touches such as the displaceable print on the stackable coffee cups.

The products are available at her shop and Wolf & Badger.

[via: Lotta Rytkönen]

28 May 2011

12:31

In 1993, a convicted murderer was executed. His body was given to science, segmented, and photographed for medical research. In 2011, we used photography to put it back together.
Concept by Croix Gagnon. Photography by Frank Schott.

[via: NOTCOT.org]

6 March 2011



Medical Stereograms (Crossview)

A Flickr set of 522 images of medical CAT and MRI scans of the human body in stereo images.

11 August 2010

Victor Rodriguez’s hyperrealistic paintings

[via:NOTCOT]

10 July 2010

paraphernalia anatomica red heart necklace

Paraphernalia sells reasonably priced handmade jewelry by Ms. Vanda from Lisbon. She uses illustrations, printed and cut acrylic, and silver-plated chains. The above heart is from the Anatomica collection, but other particularly cool necklaces can be found in the Alice Wonderland series.

[via:Linda]

6 July 2010

Animal Specimens with Transparent Skin and Rainbow Skeletons

Original article (japanese site, obscure english translation)
Enlarge title image

[via:NOTCOT]

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