Years ago, death was considered a natural part of life and most people died at home, surrounded by families. Today, most people die in hospitals and death is commonly regarded as a medical failure rather than a natural event. — Emergency Nursing made Incredibly Easy (2007) Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (via traumabarbie)
NAME! THAT! HORRIFYING! DISEASE!
"Can you match these old-timey illustrations with the correct illnesses?"
Take the vicemag quiz (some images are NSFW): http://goo.gl/HKPrbS
This makes a lot of sense.
Emilo Amade via frontal-cortex:
A mega-graphic of a lifesize human person made up of 10 magazine-spreads, a project from El Mundo.
All ten double spreads were put together in order to get a real size human body.
Art by from left to right and from top to bottom: 1- Emilio Amade, 2- Chema Matía, 3- Rafa Estrada, 4- Isabel González, 5- Mariano Zafra, 6- Beatriz Santacruz, 7 Isabel González y Beatriz Santacruz, 8- Mario Chimeno, Mariano Zafra and 10- Emilio Amade. Research done by Julio and Angel from El Mundo.
(Source: compoundfractur, via vexedtofind)
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