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.
Top picture: 1987 Dr. Zbigniew Religa monitors his patient’s vitals after a 23 hour long heart transplant surgery. His assistant is asleep in the corner. Photograph taken by James Stanfield.
Bottom picture: His patient who survived and actually went on to outlive Dr. Religa.
Dr. Religa was also the first surgeon to graft an artificial valve using materials from human corpses. He lead a team that completed the first successful heart transplantation in Poland. Him and his team obtained the Brusseis Eureka award for developing an implantable pump for a pneumatic heart assistance system.
If you want to feel edgy and cool by riding down the street on your girly-man moped while flying an American flag upside down in some 1960’s acid trip inspired show of ‘sticking it to the man”…..you might want to make sure there aren’t Marines and soldiers nearby that will chase your sorry granola asses down the street then capture the flag from your limp wristed asses.
"I don’t give a shit with his civil liberties! We served our fucking country and that’s bullshit!"