Artist Carlos Bonil creates surprisingly realistic sculptures of skeletons, like this monumental fish skeleton called “Fish and Pail,” from plastic utensils that have been fused together.
I had no idea if they’d work out, if they’d look good, if they’d be anything I’d want to share with anyone, but to hell with it! I wanted so see what a fish skeleton would look like if it was made from silk and cotton.
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“” is an exhibit of stained fish skeletons currently on display at the . The fish were prepared and photographed by , a biology professor at the University of Washington’s Friday Harbor Labs who also holds a research associate position at UC Berkeley. He uses the images for his research in biomechanics, a field that blends physics and biology.