Very little biographical information about the artist behind FFO Art is currently available online, but she creates beautiful art nouveau anatomical pieces in the style of Alphonse Mucha, and gloriously gory refashioned pinups.





She has also made a stunningly herbaceous anatomical alphabet…perhaps my favorite alphabet project from a modern artist yet.





6 Responses to “FFO Art”

  1. Talk about loving somebody’s guts out. What a terrific juxtaposition of the human structure with sexual appeal; plastic anatomical models meets beautiful art. Certainly beats the standard boring charts on the wall. Upon closer inspection of pic 3 & 4 I discerned these macabre women are giants, either that or they’re amidst absentminded munchkins. #3 actually tears off her face and winks. If you think about it, we never get to make love beyond the candy surface.
    Trusting we’re likeminded expansive thinkers here, it may sound sick, but beyond the gore, to be able to touch the actual organs of the one you love is the highest emotional level two people can ever share beyond intercourse and spiritual connectedness. A surgeon will be “closer” to your love then you’ll ever be and in a way I would be jealous, sorta. To put my hand inside my wife’s chest and feel her actual heart beating, would only supersede holding my newborn child the moment she gave birth.

  2. maurnas Says:

    These are just amazing. I love Alphonse Mucha, he is my favorite artist. And guts are fascinating! Thank you so much for introducing me to this.

  3. An alternative to four blocks is to have printed wall art panels.

    The canvas wall art can quickly make a great feeling if you choose
    appropriate colours. For this thing you will need some papers,
    a pair of scissors, colors and paint brushes, a gum and
    some ribbons and boards.

  4. I’d love to have one of these on a wall at home; the double-take when a friend said, ‘Gorgeous Mucha, but… Yeek!’ would be priceless.

    Still investigating the herbaceous, anatomical alphabet… -Nx

  5. I’m in awe. As an artist myself, and a lover of anything anatomical, I’m seriously in love. I think I found a new favorite artist.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: