Imagined Anatomies

Imagined Anatomies

Although I am not a medical illustrator (which is a specialism) I do get to illustrate medical topics quite often. The point of those illustrations is usually to convey an important health issue to the reader but equally they often provide an opportunity to include anatomical detail. I do enjoy the rendering of organic shapes, hence this small ongoing series of 'Imagined Anatomies'. Essentially an exercise in the grouping of various organic elements and presenting them in a harmonious composition.

Imagined Anatomies

A selection of three from initial pen drawings/studies.

Imagined Anatomies

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Identity

identity

A series of images on the theme of identity and how far our facial features determine who we are and how we view ourselves. This started by first adopting the hard, objective, view of the police mugshot but then evolved to be a less distinct, more abstract take on the individual faces.

 

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Pattern 01

Blockchain

Working on designs for prints in 2018. Focussing on patterns, colours, shapes and a more organic feel/process rather than anything too illustrative or commercial. A continuation of personal work begun in 2015.

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A Face from the Past

A Face from the Past

How our memory for faces becomes less distinct with the passage of time.

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Transfer

Transfer

While walking through the park recently a particular train of thought somehow lead me to the idea of an owner and pet exchanging heads. It conjured up an interesting image, especially given a Victorian slant - the feel of an old Victorian photo or a scene captured at a seance - ectoplasm!

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