Luke Jerram Presents Glass Coronavirus Installation

BRISTOL, UNITED KINGDOM- MARCH 18: Internationally-renowned artist Luke Jerram with his coronavirus - COVID-19 - glass sculpture on March 18, 2020 in Bristol, United Kingdom. Made in glass, at 23cm in diameter, it is 1 million times larger than the actual virus. Luke says: "It is vital we attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus by working together globally, so our health services can manage this pandemic. This artwork is a tribute to the scientists and medical teams who are working collaboratively across the world to try to slow the spread of the virus. It's encouraging that governments are taking advice and guidance from scientists and are working together for the common good." (Photo by Finnbarr Webster/Getty Images)
BRISTOL, UNITED KINGDOM- MARCH 18: Internationally-renowned artist Luke Jerram with his coronavirus - COVID-19 - glass sculpture on March 18, 2020 in Bristol, United Kingdom. Made in glass, at 23cm in diameter, it is 1 million times larger than the actual virus. Luke says: "It is vital we attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus by working together globally, so our health services can manage this pandemic. This artwork is a tribute to the scientists and medical teams who are working collaboratively across the world to try to slow the spread of the virus. It's encouraging that governments are taking advice and guidance from scientists and are working together for the common good." (Photo by Finnbarr Webster/Getty Images)
Luke Jerram Presents Glass Coronavirus Installation
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