12 Sep
Artist Maso Kinoshita's highly detailed anatomical sculptures

Japanese artist Maso Kinoshita constructs highly detailed sculptures of mythological creatures and gods, except he goes one step further by envisioning them as if from those amazing Body Worlds exhibits — stripped skinless to expose the pure biology. The skinless gods are carved from stone, and include Ganesh (above), as well as a slew of […]


18 Jun
Protecting your guts while showing them off

Since 1963, Alpinestars has provided the racing world with high-performance apparel, technical footwear and sportswear. Their newest suit, designed by London-based designer Death Spray Custom (AKA David Gwyther), fuses art, design, technology and racing into one sleek, somewhat humorous package. We’ve seen Gwyther ‘s work before with his Davida “Brain Box” helmet and Nitto Love/Hate Handlebars, […]


31 May
Four different expressions of 1,000 bottles at $2,750

We’ve covered the Macallan “Masters of Photography” Albert Watson Scotch before, and now the premium Speyside distillery is featuring photographs from acclaimed photographer Annie Leibovitz as the third in their “Masters Of Photography” series. Known for working as a staff photographer for Rolling Stone, and more importantly the last person to photograph John Lennon, here the […]


21 Nov
Danny Quirk’s investigations into what is human

Watercolor is the medium for these alarming self-dissections, as aspiring medical illustrator Danny Quirk paints surreal images of people slowly anatomically dissecting themselves with knives. The visually intriguing and educational pieces are a part of series that Quirk is experimenting with — he displays technical skill both as an artist and anatomical scholar by portraying […]