Argentinian artist Juan Gatti began collaborating with film director Pedro Almodovar in 1988, which eventually inspired the “Ciencias Naturales” series.

Anatomical collage art of Juan Gatti

Argentinian artist Juan Gatti began collaborating with film director Pedro Almodovar in which eventually inspired the "Ciencias Naturales" series.

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I'm loving these fantastic anatomical artworks, Ciencias Naturales (Natural Sciences) by Argentinian graphic designer Juan Gatti. Check out more at Juan's work over at his agent's website here: Link - via Who Killed Bambi?

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Juan Gatti was born in 1950 in buenos aires, argentina. his mother was a haute-couture fashion designer and as a child, he spent hours under the drawing table reading fashion magazines. in his twenties, under the dictatorship of general alejandro agustín lanusse, on a national festive occasion, he stepped out on his balcony in underwear and protested. he got arrested. during the six months he spent in a maximum security prison, gatti started drawing. he moved to new york where he worked.

the argentinean photographer and graphic designer has a less known collection of work which includes anatomy drawings of the human body in combination with the taxonomy of plans and exotic animals.

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