Caspar Berger has reproduced his own skeleton. The artist, aiming to make the invisible tangible, has pioneered a system of translating CT scanning technology into sculpture. He uses a 3D printer to produces precise portions of his skeleton, allowing for accurate replication of the body. Sometimes the bones do the talking—as in a cast gold version of his upper arm—other times he reconstructs his face in full. Amazing, but surely a bit creepy.
[via Design Boom]