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Skull Formed Using 375 Real Brain Slices

After visiting Philadelphia's Mtter Museum, Noah Scalin of Skull-A-Day created this skull using 375 real brain slices encased in acrylic. Over the course of two days, he arranged the slices on two large old library tables and climbed a ladder over and over making sure the image looked right from a single vantage point. He then used a bit of fabric for the eyes and nose. Check out the video below to learn more about the process.

 

via [Lost in E Minor]

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