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What a beautiful representation of something so deadly: Luke Jerram glass HIV sculpture

Bacteria And Virus Glass Sculptures - Ev71 – Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

Luke Jerram: Glass Microbiology Enterovirus 71 one of the major causative agents for hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD)

delicate glass sculptures of deadly viruses by Luke Jerram Designboom This is Ebola

Giardia. These deadly glass sculptures by Luke Jerram represent diseases like HPV, malaria, and smallpox in their true, colorless form. His pieces are so accurate that they are used in academic settings throughout the world.

The Deadliest Sculptures in the World by Luke Jerram

These deadly glass sculptures by Luke Jerram represent diseases like HPV, malaria, and smallpox in their true, colorless form. His pieces are so accurate that they are used in academic settings throughout the world.

Ev71 - Hand Foot and Mouth Disease, glass by Luke Jerram

Luke Jerram - Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease glass sculpture

Human Papillomavirus. These deadly glass sculptures by Luke Jerram represent diseases like HPV, malaria, and smallpox in their true, colorless form. His pieces are so accurate that they are used in academic settings throughout the world.

The Deadliest Sculptures in the World by Luke Jerram

These deadly glass sculptures by Luke Jerram represent diseases like HPV, malaria, and smallpox in their true, colorless form. His pieces are so accurate that they are used in academic settings throughout the world.

Human Papillomavirus. These deadly glass sculptures by Luke Jerram represent diseases like HPV, malaria, and smallpox in their true, colorless form. His pieces are so accurate that they are used in academic settings throughout the world.

The Deadliest Sculptures in the World by Luke Jerram

Beautifully Accurate Glass Sculptures of Deadly Viruses - Luke Jerram - Human Papillomavirus

Nano-technology uses virus' coats to fool cancer cell

Nano-technology uses virus' coats to fool cancer cell

milesian: “ A large majourity of viruses display full icosahedral symmetry - argubally the highest and most aestetically pleasing symmetry that appears in nature.

This artist turned deadly viruses into beautiful glass sculptures.

Artist Luke Jerram creates glass sculptures of viruses and other microbiology: avian flu (oval)

Above, video of a glass sculpture of the AIDS virus being created by glass blower Kim George, designed by artist Luke Jerram. London's Smithfield Gallery is hosting an exhibit of Jerram's glass renderings of deadly microbials from Sep 22-Oct 3. The show is called "Viral Sculptures."

Luke Jerram’s Glass Microbiology Sculptures British artist Luke Jerram’s glass sculptures represent a variety of viruses, such as Smallpox and HIV, and are made to encourage viewers to contemplate the global impact of each disease.

Preston Singletary | Glass Sculpture by Preston Singletary available at Schantz Galleries

Preston Singletary | Glass Sculpture by Preston Singletary available at Schantz Galleries

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