Much in the same vein, artist Lisa Nilsson recreates anatomical cross-sections using a quilling technique, which she then displays in wooden cases, reminiscent of what you'd expect a last century surgeon to keep his instruments in:
With a more technological approach, Jessica Lloyd-Jones creates fabulous artworks in her collection Anatomical Neon. She describes the 2 works photographed below as follows:
Optic Nerve shows a similar effect, more akin to the blood vessels of the eye and with a front ‘lens’ magnifying the movement and the intensity of light. [...] Electric Lungs is a more technically intricate structure with xenon gas spreading through its passage ways, communicating our human unawareness of the trace gases we inhale in our breathable atmosphere.
You can find out more about all these artworks on the Colossal blog.