Medical textbooks would be so much more interesting if they had more lasers. That must have been what Wataru Yoshida was thinking when he created his series Body
, a collection of surreal and detailed illustrations which mash old school human body diagrams with cubes, cogs and other things that don’t naturally occur inside a human skull.
The Japanese artist studied graphic design and illustration in Tokyo, before embarking on the hand-drawn veiny and sinewy muscle images he does today. Matching the minute tissues of our bodies with incredibly fine lines takes a lot of time, as you can imagine, and surprisingly Yoshida never had a plan for these particular pieces, he just made them up as he went along.
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