Mike Natter

Gastrointestinal Anatomy

Dimensions listed are in inches.

We want to help you elevate your walls affordably, while focusing on the pieces you actually need - that's why our selection of curated framed prints are available to own at an accessible price point. Your walls are about to look so good - Gastrointestinal Anatomy will look stunning hanging in your .


we donate to JDRF with each purchase of Dr. Natter's work.
Available for world-wide shipping. Please allow up to two weeks to receive your treats.

How to hang:

Framed Prints 11x14 and 12x12 inches or smaller include a sawtooth hanger (you'll need a nail and hammer to install). Larger Framed Prints include mounted brackets and a hardware kit, so all you'll need is a hammer.


Scratch-resistant. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

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Guts! I drew some guts! I hadn’t sat down to draw anatomy in a long time and it always brings me back to how I first fell in love with medicine: the art and beauty that is human anatomy. It was artists like Da Vinci who first truly studied and recognized medical anatomy and it is the artist eye that observes all the subtleties that make medicine so gorgeous. I also really like the process of making art and wanted to share this little time lapse of my process. I used a couple anatomy Atlases (Netter, of course) for reference and a multimedia drawing pad from @blickartmaterials from there i like to forgo pencil and lay down ink directly with @sakuraofamerica pigma micron drafting pens. Hatching is one of those techniques that is easy to over and under do but can also create really nice depth, shadows, and textures. Do you want my guts on your wall? Prints are up for sale at the link in my bio and here: https://artsugar.co/products/gastrointestinal-anatomy

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