Entitled 'A Second Nature,' this piece of art was created by design student Christopher Brach from the Design Academy Eindhoven in the Netherlands. I absolutely love the intestines!
It is just a really clever and stylish use of balloons and the resulting image rocks. What's more, Brach's detailed research for this piece resulted in a book about the human body and its shape to come.
Implications - The art piece features balloons in different colors which represent the different organs of the body. The heart stands out in bright red, while other organs such as the intestines are colored in a light pink. Sculptures such as this would be an interesting way for science teachers to explain parts of the human body to kids.
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- By: CowbagOct 16, 2008 Updated: May 12 2011