Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Scans of everyday objects: mcnuggets, rubber ducks, TV dinners

Satre Stuelke, an artist-turned-medical-student, used CT scanners to create these images.

He said his aim was to penetrate the metal, plastic or organic interiors of pop objects and foods, asking people to "think about how things are constructed."

A squeaky doll that was given to Mr. Stuelke's son by a friend of the family.

"The squeak bladder is a bit hard to make out in the abdomen just beneath the round target-shaped material. The stitching around the label is clearly visible in the leg, not to mention the lovely stitching throughout."

Thanks to The New York Times and Reddit.

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