Photos: Brooklyn's Morbid Anatomy Museum
- Baby Jesus statuette with crown, draped with vintage felt scapular, or monastic order garment. (Mexico City)
- A tiny skeleton angel vanquishing a skeleton devil with other saints to left and right. (Mexico)
- Wax moulage from a class taught by future Morbid Anatomy Museum artist-in-residence Eleanor Crook. Moulages are wax models taken from casts of diseased body parts that are then colored to look realistic. They are used in medical education, and exist in most medical collections in the US and Europe.
- One of the Museum's many stylish members.
- Founding member Mike Zohn with a top-hatted Theodore Grunewald and Paul Haug.
- Morbid Anatomy creative director and exhibition co-curator Joanna Ebenstein with a Korean Kokdu doll traditionally used in Korean funeral processions. These figures represent spirits who will amuse, protect, and accompany you on your 40-day and 40-night journey though the underworld.
- Guests reading an article about the Museum's reopening.
- This cast was made from a dead person's face, as shown by the fact that the eyes are slightly open. The skull shows a faded phrenological map, a pseudoscience that purported to map skull shape to traits such as intelligence.
- Acclaimed author and collector Stanley B. Burns, posing in front of items from his collection. The items are copyright Stanley M. Burns, MD, and the Burns Archive.