anatomy

Garage Magazine

Geumhyung Jeong's Uncanny Performance Pries Sex from Machinery

Geumhyung Jeong’s bewitching performance about the female body and the boundaries between human and machine took on added eerie appeal in Tate Modern's Tanks.
Ellen Mara De Wachter
10.6.17
hyper realism

These Hyper-Realistic Tiny Baby Sculptures Just Need Your Love

Sheila Mrofka sculpts miniature clay babies so lifelike you’ll swear they’re real.
Anna Marks
6.28.17
sculpture

Human and Animal Innards Expose Themselves in These Surgical Sculptures

Biological sculptor Olivier de Sagazan explores the borderlands between life and death in his bisected works.
DJ Pangburn
6.23.17
monday insta illustrator

Melt-Away Figure Drawings Reveal the Skeletons Beneath

Istanbul-based artist Aytaç Armağan's pencil sketches reveal the bare bones behind his technique.
Beckett Mufson
6.12.17
embroidery

Morbid Skeleton Embroidery Makes Death Look Pretty

Moonrise Whims thinks bones and organs are just as pretty as flowers, and sews them that way.
J.H. Fearless
5.2.17
Weed Week

These Disembodied Arm Sculptures Are Ready to Turn Up

Dallas-based artist Sergio Garcia's anatomical sculptures also point out the absurdity of weed being illegal.
Beckett Mufson
4.20.17
Art

It Took Thousands of Hours to Create These Twisted Wire Sculptures

Each of Claude-Olivier Guay's transforming creations can take up to 1,000 hours of labor.
Beckett Mufson
1.26.17
Art

The 'Subwayhands' Photo Series Captures the Complicated Emotions of Transit

Photographer Hannah Ryan is on a mission to capture the intimacy and awkwardness of the subway, one hand at a time.
Peter Slattery
1.7.17
Art

Sensual Drawings of Gnarled Hands Touching Nature | Monday Insta Illustrator

"Woah, look at my hands..."
Beckett Mufson
1.2.17
Art

This Towel Covers Your Private Parts with Private Parts

Ken Kagami’s collaboration with THE THING Quarterly undresses censorship and body politics with a fluffy bath towel and an essay from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
B. David Zarley
10.25.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Way Too Many Women Don’t Know Where Their Vaginas Are

In a recent survey of 1,000 women, 44 percent were unable to identify the vagina on a medical illustration of the female reproductive tract.
Kate Watson
9.8.16
Mütter Museum

How to Preserve Human Specimens | Conservation Lab

We talked to the guy who's responsible for rehydrating dried-up fetuses, fixing wonky skeletons, and cleaning skulls at the Mütter Museum.
Noémie Jennifer
8.9.16