From the Saints and Martyrs series
From George Krause: A Retrospective
A knitted anatomy lesson by Shanell Papp
Papp on the project:
To make the work, I borrowed a human skeleton from the university and collected anatomical textbooks. I also managed to track down a mortuary gurney for displaying the work–a mortuary gave me a gurney after a renovation…they were looking to get rid of it since “people are were getting too fat for the gurney.” I also worked in an old hospital turned history museum. I also went to open house day at a local funeral…they gave me a decorative pen. During my graduate studies, I was granted open access to the gross anatomy lab, though I was long finished making LAB/skeleton at this point. I was given access to draw, look around…. It is always funny how specimens are collected and cared for.
So much cool knitting in this world.
UPDATE FROM THE ARTIST: this is crochet, not knitting! Utterly cool either way.
I know this isn’t knitting, but my friend knits all the time—she should figure out how to convert this from crochet to knit.
I love this!