An artistic and educational take on human anatomy

I never knew what a "Typogram" was until I discovered artist Aaron Kuehn's beautiful interpretations of the human skeletal and muscular systems:

 © Aaron Kuehn

© Aaron Kuehn

 © Aaron Kuehn

© Aaron Kuehn

By making pictures out of the names of the things depicted, Aaron aims to "heal the phonetic-ideographic language fracture which divides human cognition." These creative and memorable images can certainly help students of human anatomy keep track of the major bones and muscles, and I think they'll look nicer on my clinic room wall than the 1947 Peter Bachin chart which seems to be the industry standard.