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Drawing Tattoo Heart Awesome Ideas For 2019 Nature Tattoos, Body Art Tattoos, New Tattoos, Tatoos, Earthy Tattoos, 1 Tattoo, Piercing Tattoo, Tattoo Music, Tattoo Feather

Meagan Segal

In the middle I would do lilies, the left would have a feather and music notes coming out of it and on the right I would have a butterfly sitting on top of it with two skulls looking at each other one on each wing

Plastination is a technique or process used in anatomy to preserve bodies or body parts, first developed by Gunther von Hagens in Anatomy Art, Human Anatomy, Gunther Von Hagens, Medical Science, Medical History, Anatomy And Physiology, Macabre, Human Body, Just In Case

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oneironautical: “ Plasticized body of man holding its own skin. ” I loved bodyworks when it came to town

"Tree of Life Art" - Enkel Dika {anatomical art illustration} Street Art, Inspiration Art, Tattoo Inspiration, Typography Inspiration, Wow Art, Art Design, Design Lab, Graphic Design, Design Concepts

TheArtHunters

We hunt the web for art, to deliver you new posts with the works of creatives from all around the world. We're TheArtHunters!

Heart, opened longitudinally© Gunther von Hagens' Body Worlds, Institute for… Anatomy Art, Human Anatomy, Heart Anatomy, Gunther Von Hagens, Anatomical Heart, Human Heart, Medical Illustration, Medical Science, Anatomy And Physiology

The Des Moines Register

Heart, opened longitudinally © Gunther von Hagens' Body Worlds, Institute for Plastination, Heidelberg, Germany, www.bodyworlds.com

Anatomy Drawing Animal Inside Out exhibition at the Natural History Museum - in pictures - An exhibition opens on Friday 6 April at the Natural History Museum in London that reveals the internal workings of animals Women In History, Art History, Gunther Von Hagens, Natural History Museum London, Black History Month Activities, Human Figure Drawing, Anatomy Drawing, Human Anatomy, Alien Art

Animal Inside Out exhibition at the Natural History Museum - in pictures

An exhibition opens on Friday 6 April at the Natural History Museum in London that reveals the internal workings of animals