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Faux Medical Diagrams to Explain Feelings

 - Sep 25, 2008
References: tomgiesler & wackyarchives
Tom Giesler, an avid collector of anatomy books and drawings, has created a set of illustrations that are far from dull medical bland charts.

He wittily combines dull anatomical illustration styles with a fun and personal view of the human emotions such as surprise and spirit of sharing.

Giesler also needs your help for project Beloved Specimen, a gigantic effort to catalog sub-breadbox sized 'specimens' like toys and teddy bears from around the world. You can find out more about the project on his website.