When Richmond-based graphic designer Noah Scalin first launched his Skull-A-Day project back in 2007 his goal was to make a skull image every day for a year. Since then, it has expanded to include additional artists and reader submissions, and in 2008, a book featuring 150 of his skulls was released by Lark. Recently Philadelphia’s Mutter Museum asked Scalin to create a large-scale skull made of hundreds of human brain slices. Click through for a behind-the-scenes video of the process.
[via Dangerous Minds]