archiemcphee:

Do you remember the awesome knitted brain we posted about a few weeks ago? We may have just found the rest of the body.
Canadian artist Shanell Papp knitted this life-size reproduction of a dissected human corpse for an awesome and elaborate Lab installation that includes containers and displays for each of the internal organs. It’s the coziest gross anatomy class you’ve ever seen.
Shanell “has long been fascinated by death and the human body. This installation of a human body being dissected was an expression of that interest:

“To make the work, I borrowed a human skeleton from the university and collected anatomical textbooks. I also managed to track down a mortuary gurney for displaying the work–a mortuary gave me a gurney after a renovation…they were looking to get rid of it since “people are were getting too fat for the gurney.” I also worked in an old hospital turned history museum. I also went to open house day at a local funeral…they gave me a decorative pen. During my graduate studies, I was granted open access to the gross anatomy lab, though I was long finished making LAB/skeleton at this point. I was given access to draw, look around…. It is always funny how specimens are collected and cared for.”

Click here to read an interview with the artist and then head over to Shanell Papp’s website to view many more photos of her amazing Lab, the yarn corpse, and its organs.
[via Neatorama]
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archiemcphee:

Do you remember the awesome knitted brain we posted about a few weeks ago? We may have just found the rest of the body.
Canadian artist Shanell Papp knitted this life-size reproduction of a dissected human corpse for an awesome and elaborate Lab installation that includes containers and displays for each of the internal organs. It’s the coziest gross anatomy class you’ve ever seen.
Shanell “has long been fascinated by death and the human body. This installation of a human body being dissected was an expression of that interest:

“To make the work, I borrowed a human skeleton from the university and collected anatomical textbooks. I also managed to track down a mortuary gurney for displaying the work–a mortuary gave me a gurney after a renovation…they were looking to get rid of it since “people are were getting too fat for the gurney.” I also worked in an old hospital turned history museum. I also went to open house day at a local funeral…they gave me a decorative pen. During my graduate studies, I was granted open access to the gross anatomy lab, though I was long finished making LAB/skeleton at this point. I was given access to draw, look around…. It is always funny how specimens are collected and cared for.”

Click here to read an interview with the artist and then head over to Shanell Papp’s website to view many more photos of her amazing Lab, the yarn corpse, and its organs.
[via Neatorama]
Zoom Info
archiemcphee:

Do you remember the awesome knitted brain we posted about a few weeks ago? We may have just found the rest of the body.
Canadian artist Shanell Papp knitted this life-size reproduction of a dissected human corpse for an awesome and elaborate Lab installation that includes containers and displays for each of the internal organs. It’s the coziest gross anatomy class you’ve ever seen.
Shanell “has long been fascinated by death and the human body. This installation of a human body being dissected was an expression of that interest:

“To make the work, I borrowed a human skeleton from the university and collected anatomical textbooks. I also managed to track down a mortuary gurney for displaying the work–a mortuary gave me a gurney after a renovation…they were looking to get rid of it since “people are were getting too fat for the gurney.” I also worked in an old hospital turned history museum. I also went to open house day at a local funeral…they gave me a decorative pen. During my graduate studies, I was granted open access to the gross anatomy lab, though I was long finished making LAB/skeleton at this point. I was given access to draw, look around…. It is always funny how specimens are collected and cared for.”

Click here to read an interview with the artist and then head over to Shanell Papp’s website to view many more photos of her amazing Lab, the yarn corpse, and its organs.
[via Neatorama]
Zoom Info
archiemcphee:

Do you remember the awesome knitted brain we posted about a few weeks ago? We may have just found the rest of the body.
Canadian artist Shanell Papp knitted this life-size reproduction of a dissected human corpse for an awesome and elaborate Lab installation that includes containers and displays for each of the internal organs. It’s the coziest gross anatomy class you’ve ever seen.
Shanell “has long been fascinated by death and the human body. This installation of a human body being dissected was an expression of that interest:

“To make the work, I borrowed a human skeleton from the university and collected anatomical textbooks. I also managed to track down a mortuary gurney for displaying the work–a mortuary gave me a gurney after a renovation…they were looking to get rid of it since “people are were getting too fat for the gurney.” I also worked in an old hospital turned history museum. I also went to open house day at a local funeral…they gave me a decorative pen. During my graduate studies, I was granted open access to the gross anatomy lab, though I was long finished making LAB/skeleton at this point. I was given access to draw, look around…. It is always funny how specimens are collected and cared for.”

Click here to read an interview with the artist and then head over to Shanell Papp’s website to view many more photos of her amazing Lab, the yarn corpse, and its organs.
[via Neatorama]
Zoom Info

archiemcphee:

Do you remember the awesome knitted brain we posted about a few weeks ago? We may have just found the rest of the body.

Canadian artist Shanell Papp knitted this life-size reproduction of a dissected human corpse for an awesome and elaborate Lab installation that includes containers and displays for each of the internal organs. It’s the coziest gross anatomy class you’ve ever seen.

Shanell “has long been fascinated by death and the human body. This installation of a human body being dissected was an expression of that interest:

“To make the work, I borrowed a human skeleton from the university and collected anatomical textbooks. I also managed to track down a mortuary gurney for displaying the work–a mortuary gave me a gurney after a renovation…they were looking to get rid of it since “people are were getting too fat for the gurney.” I also worked in an old hospital turned history museum. I also went to open house day at a local funeral…they gave me a decorative pen. During my graduate studies, I was granted open access to the gross anatomy lab, though I was long finished making LAB/skeleton at this point. I was given access to draw, look around…. It is always funny how specimens are collected and cared for.”

Click here to read an interview with the artist and then head over to Shanell Papp’s website to view many more photos of her amazing Lab, the yarn corpse, and its organs.

[via Neatorama]

gamingurumi:

dentonsinventions:






FREE GIVEAWAY #2 (Closes February 10th at midnight) 
I happily present my second free giveaway. These are the three original starter poke’mon, Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle. Then I’ve went and added on an extra one, Pikachu, the most popular poke’mon in existence. These little cuties are all crocheted and approximately 2 1/2 inches tall. Now for the rules for this giveaway:
1) To Enter you must reblog once.
2) Please only reblog one time; no multiple reblogs will win. 
3) You may like the post, but it will not enter you to win.
Alright guys, those are the rules for this free giveaway :D Remember, on February 10th-11th be sure you have your ask box open and be comfortable giving your address in case you win. If there’s no reply for 48 hours, I will pick another reblogger for the win. I will send to anywhere in the world.
Good Luck Tumblrs! 






They are so cuuuuute it hurts!
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gamingurumi:

dentonsinventions:






FREE GIVEAWAY #2 (Closes February 10th at midnight) 
I happily present my second free giveaway. These are the three original starter poke’mon, Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle. Then I’ve went and added on an extra one, Pikachu, the most popular poke’mon in existence. These little cuties are all crocheted and approximately 2 1/2 inches tall. Now for the rules for this giveaway:
1) To Enter you must reblog once.
2) Please only reblog one time; no multiple reblogs will win. 
3) You may like the post, but it will not enter you to win.
Alright guys, those are the rules for this free giveaway :D Remember, on February 10th-11th be sure you have your ask box open and be comfortable giving your address in case you win. If there’s no reply for 48 hours, I will pick another reblogger for the win. I will send to anywhere in the world.
Good Luck Tumblrs! 






They are so cuuuuute it hurts!
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gamingurumi:

dentonsinventions:






FREE GIVEAWAY #2 (Closes February 10th at midnight) 
I happily present my second free giveaway. These are the three original starter poke’mon, Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle. Then I’ve went and added on an extra one, Pikachu, the most popular poke’mon in existence. These little cuties are all crocheted and approximately 2 1/2 inches tall. Now for the rules for this giveaway:
1) To Enter you must reblog once.
2) Please only reblog one time; no multiple reblogs will win. 
3) You may like the post, but it will not enter you to win.
Alright guys, those are the rules for this free giveaway :D Remember, on February 10th-11th be sure you have your ask box open and be comfortable giving your address in case you win. If there’s no reply for 48 hours, I will pick another reblogger for the win. I will send to anywhere in the world.
Good Luck Tumblrs! 






They are so cuuuuute it hurts!
Zoom Info
gamingurumi:

dentonsinventions:






FREE GIVEAWAY #2 (Closes February 10th at midnight) 
I happily present my second free giveaway. These are the three original starter poke’mon, Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle. Then I’ve went and added on an extra one, Pikachu, the most popular poke’mon in existence. These little cuties are all crocheted and approximately 2 1/2 inches tall. Now for the rules for this giveaway:
1) To Enter you must reblog once.
2) Please only reblog one time; no multiple reblogs will win. 
3) You may like the post, but it will not enter you to win.
Alright guys, those are the rules for this free giveaway :D Remember, on February 10th-11th be sure you have your ask box open and be comfortable giving your address in case you win. If there’s no reply for 48 hours, I will pick another reblogger for the win. I will send to anywhere in the world.
Good Luck Tumblrs! 






They are so cuuuuute it hurts!
Zoom Info

gamingurumi:

dentonsinventions:

FREE GIVEAWAY #2 (Closes February 10th at midnight) 

I happily present my second free giveaway. These are the three original starter poke’mon, Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle. Then I’ve went and added on an extra one, Pikachu, the most popular poke’mon in existence. These little cuties are all crocheted and approximately 2 1/2 inches tall. Now for the rules for this giveaway:


1) To Enter you must reblog once.

2) Please only reblog one time; no multiple reblogs will win. 

3) You may like the post, but it will not enter you to win.

Alright guys, those are the rules for this free giveaway :D Remember, on February 10th-11th be sure you have your ask box open and be comfortable giving your address in case you win. If there’s no reply for 48 hours, I will pick another reblogger for the win. I will send to anywhere in the world.

Good Luck Tumblrs! 

They are so cuuuuute it hurts!

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