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June 14, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

Photographs: Ragnar Schmuck

Illustrator and also paper musician Katrin Rodegast merged human makeup and also city maps in her content benefit Globe, the publication of ETH Zurich, a Swiss scientific research, modern technology, design and also math college. Rodegast rolled, curled, reduced, and also racked up vibrant maps to develop a heart, mind, lungs, spinal column, and also knee joint. Curving freeways and also rivers appear to simulate the detailed network of blood vessels that border our body organs, while additionally highlighting the technology that occurs from various systems and also companies collaborating.

The physiological developments were made to display “Zurich Heart,” a front runner job including virtually 20 research study teams, which intends to create a totally implantable synthetic heart. Rodegast collaborates with a wide range of brand names with a concentrate on publication covers and also content, usually in the world of wellness and also scientific research. You can see even more of the Berlin- based musician’s paper pictures on Instagram and also Behance.