Fillmore East '68 poster #jimihendrix #poster

45 Years Ago Today - Last Concert at Fillmore East Occurs (Listen to Final Show/Radio Broadcast) - Glide Magazine

Celestial map from 1825, showing the constellations Draco (as a dragon) and Ursa Minor (as a little bear) based on ancient Greek mythology.

Farewell, water dragon & thank you// Celestial map from showing the constellations Draco (as a dragon) and Ursa Minor (as a little bear) based on ancient Greek mythology.

From the "Anatomie des Vanités" exhibit at the Erasmus House in Brussels, Belgium. "Venus," medical mannequin.

/ Venus-ouverte - From the “Anatomie des Vanités” exhibit at the Erasmus House in Brussels, Belgium. (via astropop) I don’t see anatomical dolls of men as often in these galleries. Is it because male dolls weren’t made as often, or because we as

Chinese medical poster

© US National Library of Medicine Chinese “Understanding the human body” Public Health Posters

Gingerbread Man Dissected by Jason Freeny. Learning about anatomy/figure drawing. Pick your favorite cartoon/character and draw what his skeleton would look like.

“Gingerbread Man Dissected” by Jason Freeny, a detailed schematic showing the inner workings of a Gingerbread Man. More awesome illustrations by Jason Freeny.

Vintage Anatomy. Brains. 18x24 poster. Human Body Science.

Items similar to Anatomy Brains Print - Science Medical School Poster - Vintage Reproduction Poster Educational Chart Diagram Skeleton Human Body - on Etsy

Macabre - Cabinet of Curiosities

Flap Anatomy, 2011 Image from Physicians' anatomical aid : patented,[ca. On display for the Animated Anatomies exhibit.

Jones’ papers : Hospital gangrene : Case of W. VII / Painted from nature by Joseph Jones. Creator(s): United States Sanitary Commission –.

rom the “Anatomie des Vanités” exhibit at the Erasmus House in Brussels, Belgium. “Venus,” medical mannequin.

abystle: “ From the “Anatomie des Vanités” exhibit at the Erasmus House in Brussels, Belgium.

Mannequin anatomique enceinte à peau sombre. Musée Edo-Tokyo, XIXe siècle

Fascinating Japanese 'Pregnant Doll' with attached fetus. 'Used to teach century Japanese midwives, these pregnant dolls not only included placen.

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