Artists

Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo

Graphic Designer & Illustrator - Chile

Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo converts famous historical anatomical illustration by the likes of Gautier, Quain, and Bidloo into contemporary explosions of color in his anatomy series. His work appeared in Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy (2013), a gallery exhibition curated by Street Anatomy.

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Anatomy Boutique

Medical Artist - London

Emily Evans is the brain and talent behind Anatomy Boutique. She makes unique products with an anatomical twist, from a plate featuring a histological illustration, wallpaper with an anatomical heart pattern, or an anatomy atlas printed only in black, white, and gold.

Alongside a prolific career as a medical illustrator and a senior demonstrator of anatomy at Cambridge, she brings the simplicity of her medical illustrations to the public via art and everyday objects. Her work has been featured in Objectify This (2012) and Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy (2013) curated by Street Anatomy.

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Billy Reynolds

Artist & Art Director - Los Angeles

Billy Reynolds creates anatomically inspired self portraits that he says “captivate, by reverberating between the familiar and the odd, between the beautiful and the perverse.” He gives an anatomical and emotional connection to being human, while exposing a sense of alienation and anxiety in each of his artworks. His work appeared in Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy (2013), a gallery exhibition curated by Street Anatomy.

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Danny Quirk

Medical Artist - Currently traveling the world

Danny Quirk is breaking through the traditional ways of representing anatomy. He created the Self Dissection series as a means of placing a person at the center of anatomical representation. Each piece is made to show that beauty far surpasses the dermis and that we too can be dissected, observed, and put on display. He is currently traveling the world doing anatomical body painting for Immaculate Dissection, a group that teaches clinical anatomy.

His work has been featured in Objectify This (2012) and Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy (2013) curated by Street Anatomy.

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Fernando Vicente

Artist & Illustrator - Madrid

Fernando Vicente is widely known for his award-winning illustrative commercial work and paintings. Fernando uses anatomy in his work to investigate the relationship between inner and outer beauty, without drama or gruesomeness, only a deep admiration for the body. His influence comes from anatomical illustration from the 18th and 19th centuries, which he's collected since a young age. His work appeared in Objectify This: Female Anatomy Dissected and Displayed (2012), a gallery exhibition curated by Street Anatomy.

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Giselle Vitali

Medical Artist - Barcelona

Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Giselle Vitali has been illustrating her entire life with whatever medium she could find. She studied illustration at the Design Institute of Caracas and while there realized that anatomy was the main theme emerging through many of her illustration and sculptural projects. Giselle eventually moved to Barcelona to complete postgraduate work in illustration and a Master’s in 3D illustration/ animation. Her passion continues to be human anatomy.

She pushes anatomy to the boundaries of surrealism while keeping the sense of the anatomical intact. Her work appeared in Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy (2013), a gallery exhibition curated by Street Anatomy.

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Dr. Stephen Gaeta

Physician & Designer - San Francisco

Stephen Gaeta, MD, PhD creates typographical anatomical images using text from classic scientific masterpieces.

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Tararchy

Artist, Screen Printer, Street Artist - Chicago

Tararchy's (Tara Zanzig) appreciation of the human body is paramount to her art and life. Tararchy explains that her “work explores the concept and connection of mind-body-spirit to our existence and the natural world. It’s about an ideal state of being best illustrated or most closely experienced when engaging in activities of passion. The practice of yoga informs my work literally, but the conceptual foundation is universal.” Her work can be seen wheat pasted across the streets of Chicago.

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