"The first time I saw a body bend that way, I realized that we're more beautiful dead than alive, with bloodied flesh removed. Your ribcage ripped away and I saw why they say beauty comes from the inside." Daydreamer by huebucket
The Dodel-Port Atlas images were drawn and collated by the husband and wife team of Arnold and Carolina Dodel-Port. Arnold was a Swiss botanist who began composing these images in McGregor Museum, University of Auckland
Der Mensch als Industriepalast (Man as Industrial Palace) Chromolithograph. National Library of Medicine. Fritz Kahn Kahn’s modernist visualization of the digestive and respiratory system as "industrial palace," really a chemical plant.
Image from the book The Art of Instruction: Vintage Educational Charts from the and Centuries by Katrien Van der Schueren \\\\ The image is one of the educational wall charts originated in Germany around
Centauria (Bachelor's button) tab iv by Walter Hood Fitch (Glasgow, Hand-coloured engraving. Fitch produced some drawings for various publications, including illustrations for Curtis's Botanical Magazine