I Heart Guts is packing up and moving to a new home on the internet, and the time has come for this blog to pack its bags and move to our new digs: http://iheartguts.com/blog. Please come visit and check out the new I Heart Guts website while you’re at it. If you’ve linked to our blog, please re-link to the new one so you can keep posted on innards and such. If you haven’t met your organs yet, maybe now is the time.
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These fabulous innard merit badges are the work of Mary Yeager, and were on view at Gallery Hanahou in New York. Supah cute. Check out the detail on that intestine! [Thanks, Tristy!]
We were lucky enough to be invited to the Cute + Dangerous show at seven degrees gallery, a show of fabulous cuteness that opens this Friday. The first 50 people to attend are eligible to win AMAZING STUFF, they are giving away an incredible collection of adorable stuff from the likes of StrangeCo, Meomi, Jon Burgerman, Love Triangle, Fred Flare and more! But enough of that crass commercialism — you’re there to see the art, right? Details, schmetails: seven degrees gallery, 891 Laguna Canyon Road in Laguna Beach, CA. Opening is June 12, 2009, 8 pm – 1 am.
This giant book Atlas of Human Anatomy and Surgery is 714 pages of body parts as envisioned by Taschen, one of the finest publishers of books on art, graphic design, architecture, pop culture and other quirkery. If you are an anatomy nut, you will find the gorgeous detail of the book’s intricate full color plates very satisfying indeed. Just look at the veins on that brain! And so that’s what a cross-section of the spine would look like! Also interesting in Taschen’s catalog: Aesthetic Surgery, all about, well, trying to improve on what nature gave ya. It’s out of stock, but you can still look at the fascinating and sometimes grotesque pictures.
I hadn’t watched this segment from Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex* But Were Afraid To Ask in a while and forgot how ridiculously funny it is. For some reason the fettucine coming down into the stomach cracks me up the most.
We’re all slowly dying anyway, why not read all about it in this wonderful book by Knock Knock? The Complete Manual of Things That Might Kill You helps you stay awake nights filled with fear that an anvil will drop on your head, the swine flu will find its way into your system, or that fifth donut will be the end of ya.
My super talented friend Sean Bokenkamp made a long-time dream come true by animating the guts and putting them in a little innard show — check out Meet The Organs on Vimeo! My fabulous husband Codi Lazar wrote the awesome guts theme song.
This fall is shaping up to be one of the most medical drama heavy seasons ever to hit the tube. Now that “ER” and “Scrubs” are gone, we get “Nurse Jackie,” which stars Edie Falco as a nurse with a speed habit, “Miami Trauma” is a new medical drama fashioned by Jerry Bruckheimer, and “Three Rivers” is yet another medical drama about a group of organ transplant surgeons in Pittsburgh. We’re eager to see which organs will star in each episode!