November 11, 2015

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Rafael Esquer

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Cruelty-Free Animal Dissection

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Self described as a “knitter, stained glass artisan, history student and crafter extraordinaire, Emily Stoneking makes cute, beautiful and strange things.” Being an animal lover myself, I was happy to find Ms. Stoneking’s cruelty-free anatomical creatures. In her work, she offers a creative way to take a peek at anatomy …

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Self described as a “knitter, stained glass artisan, history student and crafter extraordinaire, Emily Stoneking makes cute, beautiful and strange things.”

Being an animal lover myself, I was happy to find Ms. Stoneking’s cruelty-free anatomical creatures. In her work, she offers a creative way to take a peek at anatomy without having a visceral or ethical problem with animal dissection. The Vermont based artist’s main material is fluffy skeins of yarn. She uses many colors to differentiate the various body parts. The end results are unexpected and fun to look at.

“I take a lot of artistic liberties,” Emily Stoneking told Bored Panda. “I do spend a lot of time researching real anatomical structures, and my guts have evolved over time (they used to be pretty blobby and random). But now, they really look very human, which I have found people tend to gravitate to.”

If you would like to own one of her pieces, you can find them on her Etsy shop aptly named aKNITomy.

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All images ©Emily Stoneking

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