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Photographer Kuba Dabrowski -

Share: I’m in love with the work of the photographer Kuba Dabrowski! He was born in Bialystok (Poland) in 1980 and has been living in Milan since the beginning of Photographer with an eclectic personality, Kuba’s work ranges from a reportage … Continued

In this vivid painting by Christopher Fisher, you can see a surgeon using a falciform amputation knife. The curved blade was common in the early decades of the 19th century when surgeons preferred to cut through the skin and muscle before amputating the bone. To do this, the surgeon would take the falciform knife, hook it around the injured or infected limb, and cut in a circle to separate the flesh and muscle from the bone. Afterwards, he would use a saw to cut off the remaining appendage.

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be working with FSG-Scientific American (an imprint of Macmillan) on a book project. The Butchering Art will take readers on a gruesome journey into t…

"Barbara", taken from the Autumn 2015 issue of Dazed

"Barbara", taken from the Autumn 2015 issue of Dazed - Eric Kroll

This Crazy Gorgeous Font Evolves As You Type With It | The Huffington Post

This Font Evolves As You Type, And It’s Just Too Gorgeous - Mar 2017 - This is Futuracha Pro, a unique set of whimsical, weaving characters that change shape and interact as they form different words, and it& almost ready for keyboards everywhere.