You know what your Google Home smart device has been missing? Muscles. Mine? Mine has been missing ever being taken out of the package after I received it as a gift because I don’t like being listened to all the time.
I never thought that someone would be a hardcore fan of Jabba the Hutt, but once again I’ve been reminded that there are all kinds of people in this world. Toy designer and maker Mighty Jabba not only has various collectibles of the Star Wars mob boss, but he also painstakingly designed, printed, and sculpted an anatomical figure of the menacing slug.
Because sometimes you need to diversify your assets and Disney has decided it wants to add some nightmare fuel to its portfolio, they recently posted a video of a humanoid robot developed by its research division with a “realistic and interactive lifelike gaze.”
If your home decor is lacking, perhaps you just need some more skulls. These decorative unicorn skulls should do the trick just fine. Each resin skull is hand-painted and polished and looks like what a real unicorn skull would look like if they existed.
Back in the day, I went to college and picked a career because I heard it paid really well. Turns out that was a lie, but whatevs. Now, I have that degree in Respiratory Therapy, and while I spent a long time working in the field, mostly all I remember from college are things like the hottie in my class that had a penchant for blue spandex dresses, how disturbingly in love with dissecting fetal pigs my anatomy teacher was, and to never stand at the end of a tracheostomy patient’s bed.
The first wave of virtual reality headsets are prohibitively expensive. But thanks to companies like Curiscope, we can experience the resurgent technology on the cheap. The company has created a t-shirt called Virtuali-Tee that projects a 3D model of the bones and organs inside the human torso.
Just as you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, you shouldn’t judge a cake by its frosting either. For example, take this impressive four-tiered cake by Annabel de Vetten.
The black frosting gives the cake a dark vibe overall, but it doesn’t give any clues on what you’ll find on the other side.
Swimsuits can either enhance or accentuate one’s figure, but in the case of this bathing suit, it can also provide an anatomy lesson. Beauty is only skin deep, though in this case, it goes beyond even the muscle, fat and bone.
Artist Jason Freeny returns with his latest anatomical model – this one ruining childhoods for countless little girls. This model of Barbie has been splayed open so we can see all of her guts.
Given the fact that Barbie’s proportions are inhuman, I’m surprised he was able to cram all of her internal organs and skeletal structure inside her oddly-scaled body.
“Be the first in your dentist’s office with a plush tooth or the first on your block with a squashy snuggly eyeball.”
We’re just suckers for these super adorable plush toys of innards and body parts by I Heart Guts.
If Mickey Mouse is really a mouse, then how come he can stand upright? The same question goes for Minnie.
If you’ve ever wondered what Disney’s most famous characters are made up of on the inside, then wonder no more because DeviantArt artist Alessandro Conti did all the thinking and drawing for you.
Zombies are all the rage these days, so it was only a matter of time before us humans would try to get into the flesh-eating action. You know, we always imitate what we see in video games and TV, right?
Koen Hauser gave his subjects the anatomical treatment and his human models couldn’t look any creepier. Now it’s Barbie’s turn.
In the eyes of many kids (mostly girls), she’s the perfect doll. She’s pretty, she’s sexy, and she’s got a hunky boyfriend named Ken.