UK Artist Unveils COVID-19 Glass Sculpture, One Million Times The Size Of The Virus
Acclaimed artist Luke Jerram (previously) has unveiled a glass sculpture of COVID-19 in tribute to all the hardworking medical staff and scientists.
Commissioned five weeks ago, the work is 23cm in diameter, one MILLION times the size of the deadly disease. Made using a process of scientific glassblowing, the model is based on the latest understanding and diagrams of COVID-19.
Profits from the sculpture will be going to Médecins Sans Frontières who will be assisting developing countries deal with the fallout of the coronavirus epidemic.
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