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It has 100 different tools. In addition to any kind of blade you could possibly want to use, it also has such useful items as a piano tuning lever and a revolver.
The tool was made for display in Holler’s store and weighs 10 pounds. It’s currently owned by the Smithsonian who has it on display at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
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But instead of the more typical tools an amputee might use for rehab, Khatri’s parents gave him paintbrushes…
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1. Zebra Fish Brain, by Jennifer Peters and Michael Taylor
2. Newborn Lynx Spiders, by Walter Piorkowski
3. Bone Cancer, by Dylan Burnette
4. Fruit Fly Eye, by W. Ryan Williamson
5. Cacoxenite, by Honorio Cocera-LaParra
6. Cosmarium Algae, by Marek Mis
7. Fruit Fly Eye, by John Bridge
8. Sea Gooseberry Larva, by Gerd Guenther
9. Ant Carrying Its Larva, by Geir Drange
10. Brittle Star, by Alvaro Migotto
11. Fruit Fly Larva Guts, by Jessica Von Stetina
12. Lymphatic Endothelial Cells and Fibroblasts, by Esra Guc
13. Sonderia Protozoa, by Diana Lipscomb
14. Desert Rose Pistil, by Jose Rivera
15. Ladybug Leg, by Andrea Genra
16. Fossilized Agate with Snails and Ostracods, by Douglas Moore
17. Stinging Nettle, by Charles Krebs
18. Coral Sand, by David Maitland
19. Garlic, by Somayeh Naghiloo
20. Black Mastiff Bat Embryos, by Dorit Hockman
Here are a few pics of the portrait in progress…
If you place a mirror directly in the middle of this piece facing left, it will show an old man with his hands peacefully clasped and a calm sea behind him…
But if you face the mirror to the right, all of the sudden the old fisherman becomes the devil himself with the sea wild behind him and the sky foreboding in the distance…
Artist Simon Hennessey has a unique way of portraying the various locations he wants to paint. Instead of simply painting a picture of the beach or Big Ben, he places the subject of his work in the reflection of a person looking at it wearing sunglasses…