Taiwanese illustrator and instructor Chuan-Bin Chung (鍾全斌) teaches his students about the most minuscule inner intricacies of the human body using an elementary material: chalk. During his demonstrative lectures, he creates meticulously accurate chalkboard drawings of anatomical forms, from the muscles of the face to full skeletal structures. The scrupulous sketches are both informative and aesthetically inspiring, merging Chung’s passions and proficiency in both biology and art.
“Yes, we have a textbook. But we don’t read it, we draw it,” the dedicated teacher explained to A&D. “Students, majoring in this area, cannot learn by just reading the pictures on books. Instead, we learn while drawing something. In my classes, students have to draw what I am demonstrating on the chalkboard.”
He’s not too bad with a dry erase marker, either!
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All images via Chuan-Bin Chung.
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