Graham’s skull has been engineered to absorb more of the impact earlier on in a car accident, much like a helmet does.

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Graham is the collaboration between the TAC, leading trauma surgeon Christian Kenfield, crash investigator expert David Logan and world-renowned artist Patricia Piccinini.

The structure of his skull is larger, more helmet-like in design, with inbuilt crumple zones to absorb any impact forces. The crumple zones aid in slowing down the momentum of his head as it moves forward on impact and increases his skull’s ability to stop the force from continuing through to damage his brain.

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