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Art & Design

Written by Ishan Bali

Gregory Halili
Image by: Gregory Halili

Human skeleton and body parts from coral by Gregory Halili

It seems that these wise words largely apply to the work of Gregory Halili. Justifying each and every word of the saying, the artist of Philipine origin who is now living in New Jersey has taken imagination and creativity to a totally different mixed level of weirdness, disbelief and beauty, challenging the boundaries of creativity.

This life-size recreation of the human skeleton and different other body parts from sea coral will catch your attention in a split second, and take your thoughts to a test. The sea coral, already beautiful of itself, is perched on a driftwood and mimicks the human bones so immaculately that you will need to take a look to tell the difference.

Want to see more of Gregory's work? Visit his Instagram!

Gregory Halili
Image by: Gregory Halili

About the Author
Ishan Bali
Ishan is a Physical Rehabilitation expert with an experience of 9 plus years. After completing MSc in Neuro & Sports Physiotherapy from United Kin...

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