An artist from Bristol who turned a city street into a giant water slide, and filled a local woods with ghostly boats, has unveiled his latest work today.
Luke Jerram's Glass Microbiology exhibition features jewel-like sculptures, which accurately represent deadly viruses and microbiology.
Luke's sculptures were designed in consultation with virologists, including those at the University of Bristol, using a combination of different scientific photographs and models.
Among those depicted in this most unusual collection include Zika, SARS and Smallpox.
They were made in collaboration with glassblowers Brian Jones and Norman Veitch.
It's the latest in a string of projects known around the world, including:
The exhibition took more than a decade to develop.
The exhibition will run in At-Bristol's new space, The Box, until September.