In the 1960s, book designers gave many science and psychology paperbacks glorious avant-garde and op art covers. Henning M. Lederer just released his second collection of animations of these fine book jackets! Below is the first, from 2015.
Fritz Kahn's 1920/30's illustration "Der Mensch als Industriepalast" depicted the human body as a large, integrated industrial process. This video from Henning M Lederer animates Kahn's vision, really capturing the spirit of the mechanical metaphor for human anatomy.
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