the beauty in the bones

one girl's musing on the miracle of the human form and the liberating potential of yoga
scienceyoucanlove:

Heart + Lung dissection. Here you can see how closely the two organs are related. The blood from the heart gets pumped into the lungs, loaded with oxygen and then comes back in order to be pumped into the whole body.Also the heart has been opened in order to give view on the heart valves. Which valve is seen here? Give reasons for your guess! Found on anatomia.ru 
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scienceyoucanlove:

Heart + Lung dissection. Here you can see how closely the two organs are related. The blood from the heart gets pumped into the lungs, loaded with oxygen and then comes back in order to be pumped into the whole body.

Also the heart has been opened in order to give view on the heart valves. Which valve is seen here? Give reasons for your guess! 

Found on 
anatomia.ru
 

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artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr

Minghao Dong | on Tumblr (b.1983, China/France)

Minghao Dong was born in Inner Mongolia, China. Graduated from University of Dalian in 2008, Minghao works predominantly in the medium of painting but also engravings and installations. Gerard Richter has been the greatest influence. This new series of paintings is a reflection of the artist pondering on the properties of human, life and death in a time characterized by impatience, fragments, nihility, and a duality of highly developed civilization and disorder. Minghao Dong has had solo exhibitions in Dalian at Tianyi Gallery, and has participated several group exhibitions in China. He lives and works in Paris since 2009.

© All images courtesy of the artist

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mediclopedia:

Some of the ways our organs communicate with each other… This is scientifically correct.

Go to the sources to fund this project! (Disclaimer: I am in no way connected to this project, and they did not reach out to me for advertisement. I just like it, and would like to see the books published)

(Source: kickstarter.com, via myanatomicallife)