Human Head Cross Sections Made Out Of Found Objects

Preparing a cross section of a human head from a body donated to science generally involves a lot of grisly skull sawing, dyeing to enhance the look of each individual organ and section, and preservation via plastination, but the human head cross section sculptures created by EMnXW are mess free and viewable by even the most squeamish.

EMnXW is an art duo made up of Edwige Massart and Xavier Wynn, and their cerebral sculpture series appropriately entitled "Heads" are cleverly created using found objects like electronic parts, sea shells, yarn, springs and all kinds of other junk symbolically cluttering the minds of these poor dead dummies.

-Via Laughing Squid


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