© 2018 by Jack Newbury




Our spring term project entitled 'Prosthesis' asks us to develop and create a well-crafted prosthetic, which is not indicative of an artificial limb, but more of a potential gateway between the body and the rest of the world.  


So welcome to Prosthesium Capillus! A collection of facial hair prosthetics used as biological fashion accessories.



1) Could the future of biology lead us into a world where humans could grow their own biological prosthetics from their own stem cells? 


2) Would there be a way to personalise a cultivated prosthetic from one's stem cells that would replicate their specific skin tone and hair colour?


3) Is there a possibility that one could alter their grown DNA specimen to have various hair thicknesses, colours or growth patterns? 


Designed by Jack Newbury


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