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Pareidolia inside of us

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitAugust 23, 2009 5:00 PM

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How many of you have read a copy of Gray's Anatomy? Not the TV show, but the actual classic medical book with gorgeous hand-drawn illustrations of human body parts? I had a copy for years and loved thumbing through it and gaping at the weird glop inside of us. Artist and chemist Vesna Jovanovic has done Gray one better: she's created anatomy art based on ink blots. Yes, it's pareidolianatomy. This is a very cool gallery of images that, well, has to be seen to be appreciated. For the back story, check out the Seed magazine interview with her. Very cool stuff.

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Tip o' the cranial cap to BABloggee Charles who pointed me to the io9 article on Ms. Jovanovic.

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