The Golden Ratio is a universal law in which is centered a spiritual ideal of structure and proportion in Nature and art, with its fullest realization in the human form.
Human anatomy as a basis of Art predates Leonardo da Vinci and Vesalius from the Renaissance in the mid-fifteenth century.
By contrast, these images do not attempt to display anatomic idealization or pathology, but rather utilize modern radiological imaging techniques as a springboard for artistic interpretation, the human body providing a constant source of intrigue and wonderment.
The ability of digitally-based CT and MR scanning to elucidate anatomic details and provide functional information represents a paradigm shift in modern medicine. Simultaneously, these techniques provide a new basis for artistic expression and celebration of the exquisite beauty of the human form.