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These Crazily Detailed Anatomical Images Are Made With Curled Paper

Called the Tissue Seriesartist Lisa Nilsson has constructed a range of anatomical cross sections of the human body using rolled pieces of Japanese mulberry paper. It’s a technique known as quilling, or paper filigree, and each piece takes weeks to assemble.

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