Plastination! Unlock a World of Post-Mortem Possibility!

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Hannah Moreno 


The following satirical infographic approaches the topic of plastination exhibits. The images included may be graphic and too shocking for some viewers, however, that is truly the point. The display of plastinated bodies has become more about art and shock value and less about science. The image of the project to the left is only a representation. Because it is both graphic and too big, the Editors have decided to host in on a seperate page. Please click here for the entire project.

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Digital Writing and Research Lab at The University of Texas at Austin
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