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Interactive, life-size sculpture constructed of silicone and human hair is part of a road safety campaign for the Transport Accident Commission of Victoria, Australia.
Meet Graham, a “human” designed to survive a car crash.
CNN reported that this interactive, life-size sculpture with a grotesque human look is part of a road safety campaign for the Transport Accident Commission of Victoria, Australia. Melbourne artist Patricia Piccinini constructed him primarily from silicone and human hair.
The piece of art was given an ultra-thick ribcage lined with sacs that serve as natural airbags, a flattened face, a much larger skull, thick skin and knees that are able to move in all directions.
Graham was designed to serve as a reminder of how vulnerable our bodies are in high-speed, high-impact motor vehicle crashes.
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