Alan Dindo- Always thought about doing this with red/pink yarn to represent muscle tissue after seeing the Body Worlds exhibit.

HANDS ON Alan Dindo- Always thought about doing this with red/pink yarn to represent muscle tissue after seeing the Body Worlds exhibit.

Annegret Soltau. More

I like this as i think its unusual and captures the viewers attention. It also fits my theme of Power as in this picture the sim card is powering the person acting as a brain.

Joyce Hicks This is a finger print which I found to be a really nice pattern to print on fabric. To do it I could blow my own hand print and then screen print on fabrics

Joyce Hicks Finger Prints convey our identity and structure of the human bosy.

Specimen # 8.Medical chart .detail .soft anatomy sculpture by Andrew Delaney .Anno Domini Home . The Vivisector .

soft anatomy sculpture by Andrew Delaney .Anno Domini Home . The Vivisector .

X-Ray Embroidery by Matthew-Cox

Creeptastic X-Ray Embroidery

Matthew Cox's remarkable x-ray and embroidery work surreal frida kahlo style textile art and xray photo, contemporary mixed media collage art

Sense of Healing - Maggie Ayres is a mixed media & textile artist who is passionate about texture, line and light, which she manipulates using a variety of materials, focusing primarily on natural fibres.

Sense of Healing - Maggie Ayres is a mixed media & textile artist who is passionate about texture, line and light, which she manipulates using a variety of materials, focusing primarily on natural fibres. Wow, love this texture.

Hopenhagen - John Clang - WHO created your identity. Our family and friends are a big influence on our identity.

Badass Creativity // Rip photographs and put them together as a portrait collage. by John Clang

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