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What This Girl Has On Her Back Is Equally Terrifying And Beautiful!

What This Girl Has On Her Back Is Equally Terrifying And Beautiful!
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Danny Quirk makes it seem true that that art delves below the surface of things to see into the interior. In his art, he uses live human models to demonstrate the inner workings of the body and it's weirdly beautiful. 

His artistic endeavors are not just limited to body images. You can check his work out on Facebook.

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His art features multiple layer of anatomy so it seems as though the body has been peeled off and sliced open. Although it seems really creepy, it is surprising beautiful to see what we are made up of.

His art features multiple layer of anatomy so it seems as though the body has been peeled off and sliced open. Although it seems really creepy, it is surprising beautiful to see what we are made up of.

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Danny Quirk has been heard saying - "For whatever reason, people tend to view it as 'morbid' or 'creepy.' Part of the goal of these pieces is to combat this ignorance, and educate individuals as to the beauty that lies beneath."

Danny Quirk has been heard saying - "For whatever reason, people tend to view it as 'morbid' or 'creepy.' Part of the goal of these pieces is to combat this ignorance, and educate individuals as to the beauty that lies beneath."
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He runs anatomy seminars for those who're interested in gathering knowledge about the interiors of human body. These seem to attract large number of students and artists as well.

He runs anatomy seminars for those who're interested in gathering knowledge about the interiors of human body. These seem to attract large number of students and artists as well.
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He has earlier worked with cadavers for research purposes."Having spent time working with cadavers and creating illustrations for medical publications, I got to experience first hand just how complex yet delicate the body is, wonderfully illustrating beauty is more than skin deep." - he explains.

He has earlier worked with cadavers for research purposes."Having spent time working with cadavers and creating illustrations for medical publications, I got to experience first hand just how complex yet delicate the body is, wonderfully illustrating beauty is more than skin deep." - he explains.
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