What do you say about a human-scale torso that has been constructed entirely out of white card? We’d say: Bravo! Kudos go out to Australian architect Horst Kiechle for creating this interesting work of art from nothing more than paper product. The sculpture, entitled Paper Torso features geometric organs, including a heat, lungs, intestines and more, that are all removable in order to be studied in the round. The Paper Torso was commissioned by the Science Lab of the International School Nadi, in Fiji. Working as an architect by trade, Kiechle’s works are often referred to as “archisculptures” – a term that clearly comes from his sculptures that boast an architectural flare.