The internal spaces of toys are made up of cotton, plastic, and air. But these amazing sculptures reveal an entire re-imagined internal anatomy for our favorite toys — ranging from Lego man, to My Little Pony, to Barbie — complete with bones, detailed musculature, and internal organs. »
Curious what the insides an employee of Monsters Inc. (or a student from Monster's University) looks like? Well now you know, thanks to artist Jason Freeny. Behold, the guts of a great monster. »
And we thought Smurfs were creepy looking on the outside. Artist Jason Freeny has ripped off Papa Smurf's skin to show you what these little monsters look like on the inside, and it's pretty creepy. »
Ever wondered what a LEGO Man looks like on the inside? Wonder no more. Grab your scalpels, people, it's time for some gross anatomy lessons — minifig-style. »Carnage. Freeny fills the head and body cavities with polyurethane foam, which he allows to set before carving it into the desired organs.
Click to viewSome mad scientist decided to make gummi bears more juicy by using Frankensteiny technology to give them tiny circulatory systems and crunchy little veins, in this weird piece of artwork from Jason Freeny at Moist Productions. Freeny has digitally built a collection of anatomy for Gummi Bears and a balloon … »