Planetary Anatomy by FOREAL is Surrealistic Twist on the Solar System

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 31, 2013 • References: weareforeal &
Planetary Anatomy by FOREAL, a creative studio based in Trier, Germany, is made up of a series of celestial globes that have been cut in half. What is revealed inside will astound many, especially those who are unfamiliar with the inner workings of such planets. They each have gooey centers that make them looks like liquid-filled candies, only not as appetizing.

A set of free illustrations, Planetary Anatomy by FOREAL is a "surrealistic twist on the physical anatomy of our solar system," as written by the creators. They further state, "We are disclosing secrets of the inside of our planets, revealing a strange and visionary world." Incredibly well executed, the illustrations may look like something out of a Tim Burton film, but they could fool some people. Stats for Gooey-Centered Globes Trending: Older & Chilly
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