This beautiful anatomical art is made of paper, not flesh and bone. Method: Quilling Artist: Sarah Yakawonis

This beautiful anatomical art is made of paper, not flesh and bone

Needle Felting: From Factory to Gallery by Kate Barsotti

Needle felting: From factory to gallery by Kate Barsotti

TextileArtist Felting 2 Needle felting: Interview with Stephanie Metz.

Anatomical Specimens Made from Hand-Dyed Wool and Silk by Lana Crooks http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/01/anatomical-specimens-made-from-hand-dyed-wool-and-silk-by-lana-crooks/

Anatomical Specimens Made from Hand-Dyed Wool and Silk by Lana Crooks

Artist Lana Crooks creates anatomical specimens out of hand-dyed wool and silk.

Amazing 3D illustration of the skeletal system with muscle mass that is hand-felted onto handmade abaca paper and stitched-in cardiovascular system. Piece is called "Systems" by Dan Breckermeyer My inner geek. It swoons.

Ink skeleton, felted muscles, and stitched vessels on handmade paper

Amazing illustration of the skeletal system with muscle mass that is hand-felted onto handmade abaca paper and stitched-in cardiovascular system. Piece is called "Systems" by Dan Breckermeyer My inner geek. It swoons.

textile art sculpture gallery installation contemporary conceptual work on form in felt Stephanie Metz Flesh & Bone Sculptures

Flesh & Bone Study a felted wool sculpture investigating the interplay between hard and soft in a pseudo-organic form.

Anatomical Specimens Made from Hand-Dyed Wool and Silk by Lana Crooks-extile artist Lana Crooks constructs extremely realistic small anatomical specimens from hand-dyed silk and wool. Fascinated by “the antique, the creepy, the cute and the mysterious” Crooks has received numerous accolades for her plush toy designs and is a member of the OhNo!Doom Collective here in Chicago

Anatomical Specimens Made from Hand-Dyed Wool and Silk by Lana Crooks

Artist Lana Crooks creates anatomical specimens out of hand-dyed wool and silk.

Silk and cotton Fish Skeletons - By Scottish textile artist Johanna Flanagan

And now for something completely different…

Johanna Flanagan/The Pale Rook - Silk & thread fishbones fabric fish bones part of prosper the delicacy is beautiful

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