These meticulously embroidered anatomical treasures were created by Lyndie Dourthe. From fabric skeletons squiched into taxidermy display domes, so tiny embroidered knives with drips of blood on them, her site … Continue reading
From top; Sture Pallarp, X-ray Lamp, 2008 – Lamp shade made from X-ray film. (School assignment in collaboration with Elin Hedlund and Emmelie Karlström.) Andrea Maestri’s – “Fuck you!” Table lamp. Aluminium, leather, studs, polycarbonate, plexiglass, Ø20 x … Continue reading
This heart vase is plated in silver (a gold plated one is also available) and each of the main arteries and veins are the orifices for the stems of … Continue reading
These Heart Teapots are the most involved ones I’ve seen. Not completely sure where the tea pours out from… pot luck I guess Heart Teapot: Anatomy Lesson, Yixing Series, c. 1987, … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of wearing a Bert Gilbert “Dentists Cuff” on the Eat Your Heart Out shoot a few weeks ago and it’s a heavy piece of kit. Totally amazing. … Continue reading
These anatomical hearts are hand beaded from Rocailles beads by Ukraine craftist Olya Mytsko. Her collections are available on Etsy.