Posts tagged illustration.
Joe Lezinsky. Boy of Bone.
Boy of Bone
Twelve Stories Inspired by the Mutter Museum
Author K. R. Sands created a collection of short fiction inspired by the displays of pathological human anatomy and other medical oddities at the famous Mütter Museum of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. The stories are beautiful and haunting as they explore the dark depths of human emotion.
Michael Paukner’s The Bigger Picture Album on Flickr is a fascinating tour of some of history’s biggest ideas as visualized through Paukner’s informative and elegant poster designs. The ideas represented span the range from conventional thought to controversial theories both old and new. All of the images are accompanied by a brief description and history of the theories represented.
Insect Wall Charts.
“Araneina epeira” - Araneus^ is a genus of common orb-weaving spiders. Araneus was formerly called epeira and it remains a pseudonym.
Locusta migratoria^ - (African migratory locust).
The images here are from the
Historic Entomology Online site
Jude Buffum does some of the most fun and effective infographics and science illustrations around. He did these for the Franklin Institute’s exhibit on electricity.