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Anatomical Cross Sections in Paper



Lisa Nilsson used Japanese mulberry tree paper and gilt-edged paper from old books to recreate human anatomical images. It was clever of her to see a similarity between curled paper and human body tissues. View several more works at the link.

Link -via Nerdcore | Previously: Paper Quilled Starry Night

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