Jorinde Voigt has conceptualized human anatomy into art in her latest series of drawings called 'Salt, Sugar, Sex.'
The collection is a must-watch for the biology enthusiasts. Done in pastel shades with pencils, Salt, Sugar, Sex also features a kimono inspired by women's bodies. For purposes of producing the kimono, Voigt pasrterned with Mads Dinesen, a designer by profession.
This minimalist anatomy-inspired artwork series attempts to explore the link between hormones and their effect on functioning of human psychology.
Voigt's collection is currently hosted as an exhibition in Milan, Italy.