It's about wearing your heart, bones, muscles, and veins on your sleeve. When the graphic design world gets bored of the usual paisleys, florals and geometric lines, it moves to something more... human.
Most of us will never see someone's actual internal organs, yet we are fascinated by a designer's interpretation of what they may look like in a less complex world. Some of the results are downright creepy and dark, while others take a more fun approach with pastel and neon colored-intestines.
Many of these tops can be purchased on tee web giants such as threadless.com or the cycling website primalwear.com. Whether you prefer the skeletal or circulatory look, you are guaranteed to receive double-takes on the street.
As an added bonus, check out this thoroughly enjoyable YouTube clip of Slim Goodbody (in full bodysuit) singing Money Maker by Ludacris.
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