This Biomimicry Shoe by Dutch fashion designer Marieka Ratsma and american architect Kostika Spaho was created by 3D printing. The design was inspired by a bird skull, and looking at the show … Continue reading
Los Angeles based interior designer Kelly Lamb, created this Skull Chandelier from crystals. I have no idea of size or where it can be seen… but it is a great … Continue reading
I’ve seen a few of Ricky Swallow‘s anatomical carvings over the years, but had never looked at his complete portfolio, which has many brilliant wood carvings that are worth checking … Continue reading
I thought it topical and appropriate as we are currently in the middle of a truly british sporting event of the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament 2012, that I feature one of … Continue reading
Sheffield based self-taught artist Craww is the creator of these haunting illustrations above; Aquarium, Echo. Many of his works explore skulls, girls and crows. Nice mix!
Graphic artist Ryo Sakuma creates some beautiful and bizarre compositions of images. These two above are two anatomical examples; ‘Swim in myself’ (top), ‘Unstability’ (bottom). Images © Ryo Sakuma.
Dutch born artist Herman Henstenburgh [1667 – 1726] produced these still life watercolours circa 1700. These paintings progress the floral notoriety of the dutch artists into combine the scientific approach to still … Continue reading
New York based Haus of Bizarre make ‘Fashion for the Undead’. The latest creation of theirs is this skull back minidress. For the brave (and bra-less). Available here.