Cardiovascular Paper: Printed Anatomy by Laurent Champoussin

No, not a tattoo though undoubtedly it would make an excellent anatomically-minded example that would rival this famous skull face tattoo we had before on Neatorama. The gruesome painting is actually printed paper by Paris-based photographer Laurent Champoussin.

Vanessa Ruiz of Street Anatomy asked Laurent what inspired his art series titled Cardiovascular Paper:

I’ve always been interested by the écorché model. I was inspired by the classical representations of Andréas Vesalius, Charles Estienne or Adrian Van Den Spieghel. My idea was to play with the partial, the uncovered (open/discover) of an essential part of ourselves. I also wanted to work on the propagation, the invasion. My will was to design the model, to file down it like a texture and I hope, somewhere like a poetry.

More at Street Anatomy Blog: Link | Laurent's website and blog - via Cakehead Loves Evil

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