Paper Torso with Removable Organs

Horst Kiechle has created an entire torso, with removable organs, entirely out of white card! Called Paper Torso, the geometric sculpture has a heart, lungs and intestines, and more which you can see at all different angles, below. It was made for the Science Lab of the International School Nadi, Fiji.

The Australian architect is most known for his “archisculptures,” where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. Fascinating.

Update: Read our exclusive interview ith the artist here.


Side View


Back View


Paper Heart


Paper Lungs


Contortions of a Liver


Twisting Intestines


Spare Parts – Overview


Torso – Behind The Scenes

Horst Kiechle on Flickr





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