The illustrations of Japanese illustrator Wataru Yoshida offer an irregular but considered view on the workings of the body.
An internal and otherwise never seen space filled with external objects; a gas lamp, a pair of compasses and the mechanised workings of a film projector nestled in amongst the fibrous and sinuous tissues of the muscles, ligaments and skin.
This surrealist account of the human body, that melds the organic with the inorganic, saw Yoshida chosen as a finalist in the 2010 Adobe Design Achievement Awards illustration category.
Photographs of taxidermy specimens are subtly overlaid with illustrations of the inner skeletal structures of mammals, perfectly highlighting the inner complexities of mammalian life.
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