Blue jean brain

Artist Lee Pirozzi creates wonderful three-dimensional fabric brains and neuroanatomical structures.

The piece on the left is called ‘Blue Jean Brain II’.

Pirozzi’s portfolio also describes a few of the pieces like so:

…in “In Search of the Perfect Blue Jeans,” denim, sequins, and satin form the textured and nuanced surfaces of the human brain, while in “Amygdala of Terror,” a snakelike coil appears affixed to the brain itself.

The pieces make a lovely complement to The Museum of Scientifically Accurate Fabric Brain Art which displays the work of neuroscientists who carefully depict their favourite subject through needlecraft.

Link to Lee Pirozzi’s fabric brain sculptures (thanks mirbrewer!).
Link to The Museum of Scientifically Accurate Fabric Brain Art.

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