The works of art by Dr. Frank Scali totally took us by storm (and yes, gasped WHOA! in the most sacrilegious of ways). Dr. Scali is a professional dissector of human cadavers. Creepy, yes, but utterly amazing at the same time. Dr. Scali is best known for his contribution to the 1st edition of Gray’s Anatomy Dissector, and has taken his enthusiasm for human anatomy and translated it into art. His pieces reflect anatomically correct illustrations of famous people and imagined beings as he aims to “produce work that will outlive me and live by the statement of Ben Franklin, ‘Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing’.” Dr. Scali’s self-proclaimed artistic side allows him to reveal scientific questions from an imaginative angle – and we couldn’t agree more!