Dissection Room
Dissection Room
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 Fred Tomaselli born in Santa Monica, California, in 1956 is an American artist. He is best known for his highly detailed paintings on wood panels, combining an array of unorthodox materials suspended in a thick layer of clear, epoxy resin. Tomaselli is represented by James Cohan Gallery in the United States and by White Cube gallery in the United Kingdom.
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 Fred Tomaselli born in Santa Monica, California, in 1956 is an American artist. He is best known for his highly detailed paintings on wood panels, combining an array of unorthodox materials suspended in a thick layer of clear, epoxy resin. Tomaselli is represented by James Cohan Gallery in the United States and by White Cube gallery in the United Kingdom.
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 Fred Tomaselli born in Santa Monica, California, in 1956 is an American artist. He is best known for his highly detailed paintings on wood panels, combining an array of unorthodox materials suspended in a thick layer of clear, epoxy resin. Tomaselli is represented by James Cohan Gallery in the United States and by White Cube gallery in the United Kingdom.
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 Fred Tomaselli born in Santa Monica, California, in 1956 is an American artist. He is best known for his highly detailed paintings on wood panels, combining an array of unorthodox materials suspended in a thick layer of clear, epoxy resin. Tomaselli is represented by James Cohan Gallery in the United States and by White Cube gallery in the United Kingdom.
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 Fred Tomaselli born in Santa Monica, California, in 1956 is an American artist. He is best known for his highly detailed paintings on wood panels, combining an array of unorthodox materials suspended in a thick layer of clear, epoxy resin. Tomaselli is represented by James Cohan Gallery in the United States and by White Cube gallery in the United Kingdom.
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 Fred Tomaselli born in Santa Monica, California, in 1956 is an American artist. He is best known for his highly detailed paintings on wood panels, combining an array of unorthodox materials suspended in a thick layer of clear, epoxy resin. Tomaselli is represented by James Cohan Gallery in the United States and by White Cube gallery in the United Kingdom.
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 Fred Tomaselli born in Santa Monica, California, in 1956 is an American artist. He is best known for his highly detailed paintings on wood panels, combining an array of unorthodox materials suspended in a thick layer of clear, epoxy resin. Tomaselli is represented by James Cohan Gallery in the United States and by White Cube gallery in the United Kingdom.
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 Fred Tomaselli born in Santa Monica, California, in 1956 is an American artist. He is best known for his highly detailed paintings on wood panels, combining an array of unorthodox materials suspended in a thick layer of clear, epoxy resin. Tomaselli is represented by James Cohan Gallery in the United States and by White Cube gallery in the United Kingdom.
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Selections from Tallmadge Doyle’s ethereal Celestial Mapping Series
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Selections from Tallmadge Doyle’s ethereal Celestial Mapping Series
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Selections from Tallmadge Doyle’s ethereal Celestial Mapping Series
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Selections from Tallmadge Doyle’s ethereal Celestial Mapping Series
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Selections from Tallmadge Doyle’s ethereal Celestial Mapping Series
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Selections from Tallmadge Doyle’s ethereal Celestial Mapping Series
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Selections from Tallmadge Doyle’s ethereal Celestial Mapping Series
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Valerio Carrubba
The highly detailed paintings of Valerio Carrubba offer an unexpected combination of styles that strangely complement each other. His scenery and figures seem to emerge from a Renaissance and Baroque tradition. Mysterious hands pull and cut at the flesh revealing each subject’s inner anatomy in a nearly cold way very similar to modern anatomy atlases. The scene as a whole, however, bears the definite influence of surrealism. Carrubba works these various styles and aesthetic sensibilities as skillfully as the oil paint. The boundaries are seamless and carefully worked.
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Valerio Carrubba
The highly detailed paintings of Valerio Carrubba offer an unexpected combination of styles that strangely complement each other. His scenery and figures seem to emerge from a Renaissance and Baroque tradition. Mysterious hands pull and cut at the flesh revealing each subject’s inner anatomy in a nearly cold way very similar to modern anatomy atlases. The scene as a whole, however, bears the definite influence of surrealism. Carrubba works these various styles and aesthetic sensibilities as skillfully as the oil paint. The boundaries are seamless and carefully worked.
Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook. 
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Valerio Carrubba
The highly detailed paintings of Valerio Carrubba offer an unexpected combination of styles that strangely complement each other. His scenery and figures seem to emerge from a Renaissance and Baroque tradition. Mysterious hands pull and cut at the flesh revealing each subject’s inner anatomy in a nearly cold way very similar to modern anatomy atlases. The scene as a whole, however, bears the definite influence of surrealism. Carrubba works these various styles and aesthetic sensibilities as skillfully as the oil paint. The boundaries are seamless and carefully worked.
Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook. 
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Valerio Carrubba
The highly detailed paintings of Valerio Carrubba offer an unexpected combination of styles that strangely complement each other. His scenery and figures seem to emerge from a Renaissance and Baroque tradition. Mysterious hands pull and cut at the flesh revealing each subject’s inner anatomy in a nearly cold way very similar to modern anatomy atlases. The scene as a whole, however, bears the definite influence of surrealism. Carrubba works these various styles and aesthetic sensibilities as skillfully as the oil paint. The boundaries are seamless and carefully worked.
Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook. 
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Valerio Carrubba
The highly detailed paintings of Valerio Carrubba offer an unexpected combination of styles that strangely complement each other. His scenery and figures seem to emerge from a Renaissance and Baroque tradition. Mysterious hands pull and cut at the flesh revealing each subject’s inner anatomy in a nearly cold way very similar to modern anatomy atlases. The scene as a whole, however, bears the definite influence of surrealism. Carrubba works these various styles and aesthetic sensibilities as skillfully as the oil paint. The boundaries are seamless and carefully worked.
Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook. 
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Valerio Carrubba
The highly detailed paintings of Valerio Carrubba offer an unexpected combination of styles that strangely complement each other. His scenery and figures seem to emerge from a Renaissance and Baroque tradition. Mysterious hands pull and cut at the flesh revealing each subject’s inner anatomy in a nearly cold way very similar to modern anatomy atlases. The scene as a whole, however, bears the definite influence of surrealism. Carrubba works these various styles and aesthetic sensibilities as skillfully as the oil paint. The boundaries are seamless and carefully worked.
Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook. 
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This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.
Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar”
scienceisbeauty:

This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.
Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar”
scienceisbeauty:

This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.
Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar”
scienceisbeauty:

This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.
Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar”
scienceisbeauty:

This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.
Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar”
scienceisbeauty:

This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.
Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar”
scienceisbeauty:

This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.
Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar”
scienceisbeauty:

This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.
Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar”
scienceisbeauty:

This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.
Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar”
scienceisbeauty:

This is a classic `nude calendar´ when you extract everything which transparent to X-Rays, i.e. all the flesh, and therefore any remaining sensuality.
Via The Mary Sue: “This Exists: X-Ray Pin-up Calendar”
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scienceisbeauty:

Those pretty images, that almost can be interpreted as small pieces of abstract expressionism artworks, are actually tissues of several mammals, specifically from top to bottom and from left to right: human (prostate, intestine and thyroid), mouse (brain, intestine and kidney), and sheep (bladder, lung and tongue); as seen through a fluorescence microscope.
Credit&Source: Fluorescence Microscopy Digital Image Gallery (Nikon MicroscopyU)
scienceisbeauty:

Those pretty images, that almost can be interpreted as small pieces of abstract expressionism artworks, are actually tissues of several mammals, specifically from top to bottom and from left to right: human (prostate, intestine and thyroid), mouse (brain, intestine and kidney), and sheep (bladder, lung and tongue); as seen through a fluorescence microscope.
Credit&Source: Fluorescence Microscopy Digital Image Gallery (Nikon MicroscopyU)
scienceisbeauty:

Those pretty images, that almost can be interpreted as small pieces of abstract expressionism artworks, are actually tissues of several mammals, specifically from top to bottom and from left to right: human (prostate, intestine and thyroid), mouse (brain, intestine and kidney), and sheep (bladder, lung and tongue); as seen through a fluorescence microscope.
Credit&Source: Fluorescence Microscopy Digital Image Gallery (Nikon MicroscopyU)
scienceisbeauty:

Those pretty images, that almost can be interpreted as small pieces of abstract expressionism artworks, are actually tissues of several mammals, specifically from top to bottom and from left to right: human (prostate, intestine and thyroid), mouse (brain, intestine and kidney), and sheep (bladder, lung and tongue); as seen through a fluorescence microscope.
Credit&Source: Fluorescence Microscopy Digital Image Gallery (Nikon MicroscopyU)
scienceisbeauty:

Those pretty images, that almost can be interpreted as small pieces of abstract expressionism artworks, are actually tissues of several mammals, specifically from top to bottom and from left to right: human (prostate, intestine and thyroid), mouse (brain, intestine and kidney), and sheep (bladder, lung and tongue); as seen through a fluorescence microscope.
Credit&Source: Fluorescence Microscopy Digital Image Gallery (Nikon MicroscopyU)
scienceisbeauty:

Those pretty images, that almost can be interpreted as small pieces of abstract expressionism artworks, are actually tissues of several mammals, specifically from top to bottom and from left to right: human (prostate, intestine and thyroid), mouse (brain, intestine and kidney), and sheep (bladder, lung and tongue); as seen through a fluorescence microscope.
Credit&Source: Fluorescence Microscopy Digital Image Gallery (Nikon MicroscopyU)
scienceisbeauty:

Those pretty images, that almost can be interpreted as small pieces of abstract expressionism artworks, are actually tissues of several mammals, specifically from top to bottom and from left to right: human (prostate, intestine and thyroid), mouse (brain, intestine and kidney), and sheep (bladder, lung and tongue); as seen through a fluorescence microscope.
Credit&Source: Fluorescence Microscopy Digital Image Gallery (Nikon MicroscopyU)
scienceisbeauty:

Those pretty images, that almost can be interpreted as small pieces of abstract expressionism artworks, are actually tissues of several mammals, specifically from top to bottom and from left to right: human (prostate, intestine and thyroid), mouse (brain, intestine and kidney), and sheep (bladder, lung and tongue); as seen through a fluorescence microscope.
Credit&Source: Fluorescence Microscopy Digital Image Gallery (Nikon MicroscopyU)
scienceisbeauty:

Those pretty images, that almost can be interpreted as small pieces of abstract expressionism artworks, are actually tissues of several mammals, specifically from top to bottom and from left to right: human (prostate, intestine and thyroid), mouse (brain, intestine and kidney), and sheep (bladder, lung and tongue); as seen through a fluorescence microscope.
Credit&Source: Fluorescence Microscopy Digital Image Gallery (Nikon MicroscopyU)
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The Position of the Uterus and Fetus at Term (1872).
References
Braune, W. An atlas of topographical anatomy after plane sections of frozen bodies. Trans. by Edward Bellamy. (Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blakiston, 1877)
Author: Braune, Wilhelm, 1831-1892.
Via UNSW Embryology (UNSW Medicine)
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The wonderful and dreamlike underwater world. Photographer and scientific diver Alexander Semenov takes beautiful underwater images (via BuzzFeed)
Alitta virens
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Salp
Terebellidae
Hyperia galba
Limacina
Crinoid
Aurelia aurita
Alcyonacea (soft corals)
Giant pacific octopus
scienceisbeauty:

The wonderful and dreamlike underwater world. Photographer and scientific diver Alexander Semenov takes beautiful underwater images (via BuzzFeed)
Alitta virens
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Salp
Terebellidae
Hyperia galba
Limacina
Crinoid
Aurelia aurita
Alcyonacea (soft corals)
Giant pacific octopus
scienceisbeauty:

The wonderful and dreamlike underwater world. Photographer and scientific diver Alexander Semenov takes beautiful underwater images (via BuzzFeed)
Alitta virens
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Salp
Terebellidae
Hyperia galba
Limacina
Crinoid
Aurelia aurita
Alcyonacea (soft corals)
Giant pacific octopus
scienceisbeauty:

The wonderful and dreamlike underwater world. Photographer and scientific diver Alexander Semenov takes beautiful underwater images (via BuzzFeed)
Alitta virens
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Salp
Terebellidae
Hyperia galba
Limacina
Crinoid
Aurelia aurita
Alcyonacea (soft corals)
Giant pacific octopus
scienceisbeauty:

The wonderful and dreamlike underwater world. Photographer and scientific diver Alexander Semenov takes beautiful underwater images (via BuzzFeed)
Alitta virens
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Salp
Terebellidae
Hyperia galba
Limacina
Crinoid
Aurelia aurita
Alcyonacea (soft corals)
Giant pacific octopus
scienceisbeauty:

The wonderful and dreamlike underwater world. Photographer and scientific diver Alexander Semenov takes beautiful underwater images (via BuzzFeed)
Alitta virens
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Salp
Terebellidae
Hyperia galba
Limacina
Crinoid
Aurelia aurita
Alcyonacea (soft corals)
Giant pacific octopus
scienceisbeauty:

The wonderful and dreamlike underwater world. Photographer and scientific diver Alexander Semenov takes beautiful underwater images (via BuzzFeed)
Alitta virens
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Salp
Terebellidae
Hyperia galba
Limacina
Crinoid
Aurelia aurita
Alcyonacea (soft corals)
Giant pacific octopus
scienceisbeauty:

The wonderful and dreamlike underwater world. Photographer and scientific diver Alexander Semenov takes beautiful underwater images (via BuzzFeed)
Alitta virens
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Salp
Terebellidae
Hyperia galba
Limacina
Crinoid
Aurelia aurita
Alcyonacea (soft corals)
Giant pacific octopus
scienceisbeauty:

The wonderful and dreamlike underwater world. Photographer and scientific diver Alexander Semenov takes beautiful underwater images (via BuzzFeed)
Alitta virens
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Salp
Terebellidae
Hyperia galba
Limacina
Crinoid
Aurelia aurita
Alcyonacea (soft corals)
Giant pacific octopus
scienceisbeauty:

The wonderful and dreamlike underwater world. Photographer and scientific diver Alexander Semenov takes beautiful underwater images (via BuzzFeed)
Alitta virens
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Salp
Terebellidae
Hyperia galba
Limacina
Crinoid
Aurelia aurita
Alcyonacea (soft corals)
Giant pacific octopus
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welcometothe1jungle:

Marie Fikackova was a czech serial killer who admitted to killing at least 10 babies during her work as a nurse, she confessed to having developed the habit of relieving the agitation of her menses by permanently silencing newborns who bawled too much.
“When I was pressing little Prosserová’s head, I could feel my fingers sinking into it,” she described. “I did not feel any skull cracking at that time. I was just pressing the little head and my fingers got deeper and deeper. My anger faded away after a while and I could continue working.”
These photos are the demonstration of her baby-slaying technique. 
Fikáčková was sentenced to death, and executed by hanging in Pankrác Prison. (x)
welcometothe1jungle:

Marie Fikackova was a czech serial killer who admitted to killing at least 10 babies during her work as a nurse, she confessed to having developed the habit of relieving the agitation of her menses by permanently silencing newborns who bawled too much.
“When I was pressing little Prosserová’s head, I could feel my fingers sinking into it,” she described. “I did not feel any skull cracking at that time. I was just pressing the little head and my fingers got deeper and deeper. My anger faded away after a while and I could continue working.”
These photos are the demonstration of her baby-slaying technique. 
Fikáčková was sentenced to death, and executed by hanging in Pankrác Prison. (x)