Detailed cut-paper sculpture expands an E. Coli bacterium to more than a metre
At 112 centimetres in length, it is half a million times larger than life. As Brown says:
Obviously when enlarging to this degree you have to use your imagination to complete the image but the main features here are accurate: the flagella or tentacle-like appendages allow the bacteria to swim through the intestinal tract and the pilli or hair-like structures allow it to attach itself to the intestine wall.
The close-up below shows the sculpture in greater detail.