The couple that shape shifts together, stays together.
Andreas Vesalius wasn’t about to let cultural taboos stop him from cutting up dead people, no sir.
Santiago Ascui creates depersonalized yet rhythmic human figures for publications including 'The New York Times.'
The trio heads to Texas and meets an anthropologist who works to identify the corpses of those who died trying to cross the US border.
Artist Neil Harbisson and his team have put together a product so we can all be cyborgs.
There's long been a societal (and scientific) bias against female sexuality. Fortunately, that is slowly changing with more women taking their pleasure into their own hands.
"The one thing that unites us is the butt. We all have one, have access to it, and we sit on it for most of the day. That's what's so interesting to me," says Jonathan Allan.
"I thought, 'there's no way in fucking hell anyone's going to do this with me,'" said Vancouver photographer Jackie Dives.
The complex structure of the brain can be replicated with a simple handheld printer.