Dissection to show the superficial muscles of the back
This engraving by the anatomist John Bell displays the trapezius and latissimus dorsi muscles of the back. These opposing muscles connect to the vertebral column and contribute to the strength of the upper extremity.
Engravings of the bones, muscles, and joints: illustrating the first volume of the Anatomy of the human body. John Bell, 1817.
One early idea for the ending of Jurassic Park included John Hammond deciding to stay on the island as the other surivivors depart on the helicopter. This conceptual drawing by John Bell illustrates the idea of Hammond, small and alone on the island, while brachiosaur heads graze above the trees in the distance.
I would wait a lifetime, searching for the right time to be with you. And I would spend forever, trying to recover from the truth. We’re not meant to be in our youth or old age. This was the golden age, but it had to end. I hope that one day, in another lifetime, we meet and start again.
Jurassic Park vehicle concept art by John Bell shows the design for the park’s Jeeps and Jungle Explorer tour vehicles, as well as the tour vehicle’s interior details. Bottom left: concept design for the night vision goggles.