The internal spaces of toys are made up of cotton, plastic, and air. But these amazing sculptures reveal an entire re-imagined internal anatomy for our favorite toys — ranging from Lego man, to My Little Pony, to Barbie — complete with bones, detailed musculature, and internal organs.
The sculptures are the work of Jason Freeny, who molds them out of clay, then finishes them off with a mix of primers and acrylics. If the toy he's working on has some basis on a real-life animal, he'll sometimes also base his model of that animal's real-life anatomy. For a lot of the sculptures, though, the inspiration comes from much closer to home: people.