Tattoo artist Pony Reinhardt creates delicate collisions of plants, animals, and elements of space and alchemy in her black line tattoos reminiscent of vintage woodcut etchings. Studies of anatomy mingle with constellations and crystals, while woodland creatures right out of a storybook are wreathed in densely illustrated greenery. Reinhardt graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art with a BFA degree in fibers and her artwork has been exhibited in the Smithsonian National Gallery…
David Oliveira - Escultura - Artodyssey David Oliveira (1980, Lisbon) degree in sculpture and a postgraduate degree in Artistic Anatomy by the faculty of Fine Arts in Lisbon, won the 1st prize for sculpture in 2009 Young Artists of Aveiro, premium revelation D. Fernando in 2010 and is one of the Young Artists selected for the 2011 Lisbon.
Mesmerizing Photos Of Dead Birds, Killed By Our Cities
The archetypical beast of burden is the cow or the ox. We tend to think Ox = horns, but the features that define the burden carrier are in its shoulders and hips. Huge, tough, firm bands of fascia hold the hips of the cow together because the weight on them is so great. Large shoulder blades and elongated pelvic bones provide purchase for powerful muscles. Bones of the lower limb are fused for strength, sacrificing the ability to supinate, or turn the wrist as primates and cats do.