Ever wondered what a beetle’s wing looks like at high magnification?

Microsculpture is a unique visual experience. A 10mm insect is shown as a 3 meter print, revealing minute detail and allowing the viewer to take in the structure of the insect in its entirety. The beautifully lit, high magnification portraiture of Levon Biss captures the microscopic form of these animals in striking high-resolution detail.

A special exhibition from 27th May until October 2016 at Oxford University Museum of Natural History. Watch to hear the story behind uncovering these specimens as never before.

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