Mona Lisa & Anterior Cranial Bones


Anterior Cranial Bones.

Depicted on the painting The Mona Lisa by Leonardo DaVinci
From the “Renaissance Collection”. The design has intentionally been set up as a classic renaissance art poster that only on second glance reveals itself as educational anatomy and physiology artwork. The visibility of the numbered indicators has furthermore been minimally designed to advance this deception.

The anterior cranial bones refer to the bones that make up the front part of the skull. These bones include the frontal bone, which forms the forehead and the roof of the orbit, and the ethmoid bone, which is located between the nasal cavity and the eye sockets. The anterior cranial bones play a crucial role in protecting the brain and supporting the facial structures, and with this artwork we asked Mona Lisa to assist us with displaying the location of the cranial bones.

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