This volume is a rare edition in Dutch of the greatest of the anatomical ‘flap’ books. The work features three full-page plates with dozens of detailed anatomical illustrations superimposed so that lifting the layers shows the anatomy as it would appear during dissection. Although flaps had been used in printing before, Remmelin was the first … Continue reading
These are the illustrations of Julie Dillon, a talented American freelance illustrator who leads us into a fantasy world populated by strange creatures and references to famous legends and fairy tales… Images © Julie Dillon See more Images via The fantastic illustrations of Julie Dillon | Ufunk.net.
Illustration of human viscera by Paulo Mascagni, from his Anatomia Universa (1823-31) – Source: Wellcome Library, London. Paolo Mascagni (January 25, 1755 – October 19, 1815) was an Italian physician and anatomist. He is most well known for publishing the first complete description of the lymphatic system. Mascagni was born in the comune of Pomarance … Continue reading
The Tjanpi Desert Weavers Building on the traditions of using natural fibres to create objects for medicinal, ceremonial and daily use, the Tjanpi – or ‘dry grass’ – Weavers are women who come together to visit sacred sites and traditional homelands, hunt and gather food for their families and teach their children about country while … Continue reading
Our 2020 One Last Big Bash could well be the Last One you know! to be held on Wednesday, 1st April at the Buckingham Arms Hotel, Walkerville – 12 noon. The Cost: $35 per head. Pensioners $29 per head. The Buckingham Arms may adjust these prices slightly downwards at the start of 2020. We have … Continue reading