Mad Quickies 9.23
- Doctoring the Craft of Medical Illustration – The Work of Frank H. Netter, M.D. Dr. Netter’s work was quite amazing and not a little unusual: medical illustrations with personality.
- You don’t have to be a typophile to appreciate these typographic medical prints by Stephen Gaeta. Gorgeous, clever, arresting—you’ll want all of them.
- Albertus Seba compiled the four-volume Cabinet of Natural Curiosities which includes the strange and exotic but real to the beasts of fantasy.
- Beyond Light – The Art of X-rayography is a stunning collection of work by Dutch artist Albert Koetsier.
- A curious bit of a story on Walter Potter…
…and a peak into his museum of taxidermy.
Ok… I have to have that Cabinet of natural curiosities book.
Ordered it so soon it shall be mine. ALL MINE. MWAH HA HA HA….
That taxidermy museum is creepy. And awesome. And creepy. I want to go there.
And the x-rayography really was stunning.
@Datajack: I was just thinking the same thing. I’ll meet you there! *taxidermy party dance*
Amy- it’s just another step in your plan for world domination, I’m sure.
Fellas- I have so much kooky taxidermy information that it might require its own post. I don’t know if this is a promise or a threat.
Okay, that miniature bull is NOT taxidermy.
Loved the video.
@Donna: Do eeeeet!