Human body parts by Lisa Nilsson
North Adams, Massachusetts based artist Lisa Nilsson creates parts of human body made in the technique of quilling. According to the artist, she uses Japanese paper and gilded edges of old books. Undoubtedly, Lisa Nilsson has found an interesting way to various forms of paper, folded in quilling technique. She creates stunning models of human organs. Noteworthy, Nilsson has created about 10 of the pieces, and each one took several weeks. And not in vain. Thus, many of her creative paper works were sold at prices from $4,000 to $7,000.
This piece represents a midsagittal section (the one that passes through the center of the body dividing it into a left half and a right half) of the head of an angel.
The peach-colored shape located where the brain meets the sinuses is the olfactory bulb. This structure is forty times bigger in dogs than in us and enables dogs to sense smell to a degree one hundred thousand to one million times greater than human.