This Knit by Shanell Papp is an Accurate Representation of the Human Form

By: Kyle Towers - Published: Feb 19, 2013 • References: shanellpapp & neatorama
Shanell Papp has captured human anatomy in this impressive knit art of the body and she has included all the gory details.

Papp certainly didn't spare any wool, as this piece is very expansive. She has used a variety of colors, textures and forms to accurately represent the various parts of the human body. It will likely garner more popularity because of the recent mainstream fascination with zombies.

This knit art would likely serve well being shown off on someone's wall or even at an elementary school science lab. If one is feeling daring, it could also be used to replace a teddy bear as it is crafted of soft wool. There’s nothing quite like cuddling up to a cadaver. Stats for Knit Anatomical Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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