Internet Museum of Scientifically Accurate Brain Fabric Art

Above, a piece by "brain artist" Marjorie Taylor. Curator Bill Harbaugh explains,

This is the world's largest extant collection of anatomically correct fabric brain art. Inspired by research from neuroscience, dissection and neuroeconomics, our current exhibition features three quilts with functional images from PET and fMRI scanning and a knitted brain. The artists are Marjorie Taylor and Karen Norberg. Techniques used include quilting, applique, embroidery, beadwork, knitting, and crocheting. Materials include fabric, yarn, metallic threads, electronic components such as magnetic core memory, and wire, zippers, and beads

The Museum of Scientifically Accurate Fabric Brain Art. If you like that, don't miss the gallery of Wooden Brain Art. (Via New Scientist, Thanks, Susannah Breslin!)