Svetlana Karelina made an anatomical plasticine piece that most certainly deserves a spot on this blog.
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Cement Eclipses is a series of installations in Chiapas, Mexico, featuring tiny skeletons in reflective poses.
Often sharply dressed in the attire of the living, these little characters are contemplative, curious, melancholy…
This woman is beyond awesome; a renegade in the stuffy old world of granny crafts, with more spunk and spirit than most people 1/4 her age. And it’s not just the fact that she seems perpetually hopped up on Mountain Dew. She’s a genuine badass.
I wish there were more videos, but alas, Mrs. Teller only came out with a couple of them.
Afterlife Artwork sells unique CRUELTY FREE (the artist is very clear that no animals are harmed for the making of any of these pieces) anatomical jewelry, featuring bits and bones of many varieties.
Knowing that these creatures were already deceased is important to me (I get very upset when animals suffer for art of any kind). In this case, these displays become loving tributes to the gorgeous inner workings of our fellow critters. She is making use of that which would otherwise be discarded or rot, showcasing these miraculous tiny bits of nature.
This incredible brain marionette seems to be attributed to Brock Davis (although I didn’t see it on his official website at first glance).
Oh, what I would give to have this in the library at my house.