Thursday, March 14, 2013

High Five


Alexander Calder. Josephine Baker (III)

c. 1927. Steel wire.
The Museum of Modern Art. Gift of the artist.
© 2007 Estate of Alexander Calder/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York


  

High five!  Just finished a project that has been keeping my fingers and my mind very busy.  A procedure developed by my client, and never illustrated before, involving the harvesting of the flexor tendons of the hand.  A few images from the series below....click to enlarge.




Ever wonder why I have a job?  This is why...a photo from this procedure.














5 comments:

Crissy @ House of Marlowe said...

Oooouuuuucccchhhh!

Anonymous said...

Whoa...that photo needed a warning! Indeed, your illustration is much more palatable :)
xo
MK

Jennifer C. Webb said...

you should see the other "parts" I draw.....

pve design said...

Where are the smelling salts?
Years ago I was required to take a personality test for a company and one field that I would not have succeeded at would be the medical field. I could never draw that without fainting.
I will give you a hand for drawing that. Hands down you sure are the best medical illustrator.
pve

lissyparker.com said...

That is amazing! Your work is beautiful and inspirational. I am passing this one on to my surgical nurse sister-in-law in Savannah.
xo, Lissy

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