In deep

Wired’s piece on Gunther von Hagens, ‘The Plastinarium of Dr. von Hagens by Daniel Engber, is accompanied by photographs by Vincent Fournier. The above image is ‘the carcass of a giraffe, its spots turned pale in an ethanol solution, lies at the bottom of a pool—pliable and ready for dissection.’ More Fournier at It’s Nice That / Happy journey in the Tatra 603, fabulous promotional film from 1962 / Discovering Great Mormon Buildings, a weblog.

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