New Numberism art is available in the store!
You can purchase the new Human Heart Numberism piece Here.
This was a commissioned piece that I worked on for a total of 6 months alongside the commissioned piece “Angkor Wat”. Hopefully I will have a time lapse video up of me drawing it soon.
The original was 32″ x 40″ on coffee stained mat board, drawn with pen, color pencil and pencil.
Detail photos below. Here is the description:
This Anatomical Human Heart Numberism drawing is drawn with the mathematical framework of a healthy human heart. With this data, pooled from generations of research, we can bring a sick heart back to health and keep a healthy heart beating a longer lifetime.
We cannot help but attach so much of ourselves to this little organ, linking it intimately to passion, curiosity and the determination to live and achieve. We attribute complex, emotional attachments to an organ that excels in self-sufficiency and precise regulation. Nothing else would do as our symbol for love, as it compliments passion with pattern.
Great Coronary Vein: C8H11NO3 Norepinephrine
Superior and Inferior Vena Cava:
arteriovenous oxygen difference a-vO2 diff = Ca – Cv
AV Node: Normal Firing rate= 40-60 per minute.
SA Node: Membrane Potential Em = g’K+ (-96 mV) + g’Ca++ (+134 mV)
Inner view of the right Atrium: Vimentin
RefSequence (mRNA) : NM_003380.3
RefSequence (protein): NP_003371.2
Outer view of muscles of the left atrium, left ventricle and right ventricle:
Stroke Volume (SV) = EDV – ESV
Ejection Fraction (EF) = (SV / EDV) × 100%
Cardiac Output (Q) = SV × HR
Cardiac Index(CI) =Q/ Body Surface Area (BSA) = SV × HR/BSA
(near Aortic Valve): Systolic pressure gradient across valve –
AVA(cm2) = CO (l/m)/√mean Gradient (mmHg)
Pulmonary Veins: Oxygen Content of Blood = [hemoglobin] (g/dl) x 1.34 (ml O2/g of hemoglobin) x saturation of blood (percent) + 0.0032 x partial pressure of oxygen
2.5 billion beats per 60 year lifetime.
There are hidden words and numbers not listed here, that you can find over time the longer you look at the piece.