Astrophysical Toothpick Sculptures



Artist Franceska McCullough makes toothpick sculptures that are inspired by geometric forms and astrophysical patterns. Pictured above is "Ganymede and Callisto Pod", in reference to the two largest moons of Jupiter:

This is Ganymede Callisto Pod - or more directly the orbital pattern of the two largest moons of Jupiter. I chose Ganymede and Callisto because they are the two ice covered potentials to life, they are simply beautiful in the photo's I've seen and their orbital dance is exquisite. If you are ever close enough to my sculpture that you can see inside to the core then you will see the orbital pattern very clearly.


Link via Make | Photo: Franceska McCullough, used with permission.

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