The ‘Museum Anatomy' Uses the Body as a Canvas

By: Amanda Chang - Published: Nov 2, 2010 • References: & woostercollective
Get ready to boggle your mind once you lay eyes on the ‘Museum Anatomy’ by Laura Spector and Chadwick Gray. The body of a human being can be an exotic place to showcase artistic talent and for Spector and Gray, the body is a beautiful canvas to showcase archived paintings.

What makes the ‘Museum Anatomy’ so unique is that the paintings have been painted in an extremely abstract and surreal way, thus making these body pairings a fun and intricate canvas to observe.

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