Veins, arteries, muscles and all sorts of other mysterious and squishy elements are constantly squirming around beneath your skin every day. Most of us never stop to think how they function or how the subdermal landscape might look without our pretty skin to keep it all nice and safe inside. Gunther von Hagens, however, not only wondered about it, he did something about it. His pioneering process of plastination, which replaces bodily fluids with a polymer to preserve the human body after death, has enabled the curious to see what lurks... More >>>