Ultra-Realistic Anatomical canvases divulge the Inner mechanisms of the body

Danny Quirk is an artist who had recently graduated from the Pratt Institute. He keeps on amazing the world with ultra-realistic anatomical graphics painted straight on one’s body. The materials that Quirk uses for exposing the complex functioning inside one’s body are acrylic paint, liquid latex, and Sharpies.

Tissue, Muscles, organs and the rest are watchfully rendered on the skin of the subject. This gives the appearance as if the flesh of the subjects has been bared to divulge the inner marvels that let human beings move about, breathe freely, and live. via Danny Quirk on Behance | via Danny Quirk Artwork on Facebook | via [Zeutch] | via mymodernmet