I love anatomical mannequins. Their presence in the classroom always stirred my morbid curiosity and they provide the sort of human anatomy lesson that's lost in even the best illustrations. There's just something about reaching into a faux chest cavity and pulling out an organ.
In this gallery, we see the creation of hand-crafted fiberglass anatomical mannequins in Depok, West Java, Indonesia. Each will go on to serve in a school, hospital and laboratory -- but here we see their humble origins as a craftsman molds, paints and assembles each piece in the human puzzle.