This Vine-Inspired Design Proves Imagination is the Only Limit When It Comes to Prosthetic Limbs

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Check out this unique looking prosthetic vine come to life in this video by National Museum of Scotland.

Prosthetic limbs have come a long way over the past decade. Not only has the technology evolved dramatically, so has the design and aesthetic. No better example of this can be seen in the Alternative Limb Project.

Founded by Sophie Oliveira Barata, the Alternative Limb Project uses the medium of prosthetics to create some of the most unique and stylized looking art pieces you have ever seen. 

As seen in the National Museum of Scotland’s video above, prosthetics can take on many different forms and shapes.  

As stated by the Alternative Limb Project team, “Sophie enlists various specialists in fields such

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