Cool Brain Art

Last month was the conclusion of Brain-Art Competition 2011, and some of the entries are really intriguing. There were four categories of entry:

  1. Best 3-Dimensional Brain Rendering
  2. Best Representation of the Human Connectome
  3. Best Abstract Brain Illustration
  4. Best Humorous Brain Illustration

Rebrain by Roberto Toro

The winner in the 3-D category was Rebrain by Robert Toro (above).

More brain art:

The Brain Tree by Silje Soeviknes

The Brain Tree by Silje Soeviknes


Andy Warhol for Neuroscientists I by Valerie van Mulukom

Andy Warhol for Neuroscientists I by Valerie van Mulukom

View the entire gallery of entries in this year’s competition here.

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