May 23, 2014
emmaroulette:

Human vertebral column
Illustration for Prairie, a Gainesville creative writing journal
March 2014
Emma Roulette

emmaroulette:

Human vertebral column

Illustration for Prairie, a Gainesville creative writing journal

March 2014

Emma Roulette

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May 21, 2014
HOW DO YOU DISMANTLE A BUILDING MADE OF HUMAN REMAINS? read more on Vice.com

HOW DO YOU DISMANTLE A BUILDING MADE OF HUMAN REMAINS? 
read more on Vice.com

May 19, 2014

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May 6, 2014
Cimitero delle fontanelle / Rione Sanità / Napoli by two_emme on Flickr.

Cimitero delle fontanelle / Rione Sanità / Napoli by two_emme on Flickr.

May 6, 2014
Cimitero delle fontanelle / Rione Sanità / Napoli by two_emme on Flickr.

Cimitero delle fontanelle / Rione Sanità / Napoli by two_emme on Flickr.

April 10, 2014
ryanmatthewcohn:

Dissected 6-part human skull I just completed. These can be made custom. Contact me at info@ryanmatthewcohn.com for more information. #humanskull #realskull #anatomy #anatomical #medicalskull #oddities #antique #cabinetofcuriosites #explodedskull

ryanmatthewcohn:

Dissected 6-part human skull I just completed. These can be made custom. Contact me at info@ryanmatthewcohn.com for more information. #humanskull #realskull #anatomy #anatomical #medicalskull #oddities #antique #cabinetofcuriosites #explodedskull

April 3, 2014
biomedicalephemera:

Reginald Southey with human and monkey skeleton
Albumen photograph by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (nom de plume Lewis Caroll, author of Alice in Wonderland), 1857.
Reginald Southey was an English physician who invented a specialized cannula (tube) for draining the excess fluid from limbs suffering from edema (dropsy). He also apparently served on England’s “Lunacy Commission” so…there’s that. Southey was lifelong friends with Charles Lutwidge Dodgson and was the one who encouraged him to take up photography.
The pensive expression on Southey’s face betrays the fact that he’s standing with his arm around a skeleton rather than a live human. The composition of the photograph and the portrayal of the abnormal as mundane strikes me as incredibly reminiscent of the worlds Dodgson created in his writings.

biomedicalephemera:

Reginald Southey with human and monkey skeleton

Albumen photograph by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (nom de plume Lewis Caroll, author of Alice in Wonderland), 1857.

Reginald Southey was an English physician who invented a specialized cannula (tube) for draining the excess fluid from limbs suffering from edema (dropsy). He also apparently served on England’s “Lunacy Commission” so…there’s that. Southey was lifelong friends with Charles Lutwidge Dodgson and was the one who encouraged him to take up photography.

The pensive expression on Southey’s face betrays the fact that he’s standing with his arm around a skeleton rather than a live human. The composition of the photograph and the portrayal of the abnormal as mundane strikes me as incredibly reminiscent of the worlds Dodgson created in his writings.

(via biomedicalephemera)

March 19, 2014

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March 11, 2014
anamorfosis:

Behind  

anamorfosis:

Behind  

March 6, 2014

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February 28, 2014

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February 25, 2014

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February 18, 2014
moshita:

Skull with case, 1650
Albert Jansz Vinckenbrinck @ Rijks Museum, Amsterdam

moshita:

Skull with case, 1650

Albert Jansz Vinckenbrinck @ Rijks Museum, Amsterdam

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February 15, 2014

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February 15, 2014

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