A road safety organisation Australia has created a mock- of the perfect body needed to survive a car crash. Australia's Transport Accident Commission (TAC) has called its human-looking creation 'Graham'. TAC commissioned a sculpture Graham and released a video to educate road users road safety. Although Graham is humanesque, he is somewhat grotesque parts and resembles a character a horror movie. The BBC says: "He has a head shaped like a boulder, feet snarled like tree roots and a chest like a wrinkled battering ram." A spokesperson TAC said Graham was designed to highlight how frail and vulnerable the human body is when involved a vehicle collision the roads.
TAC commissioned celebrated artist Patricia Piccinini to create the artwork Graham. She collaborated with a leading trauma surgeon and a road crash investigation expert to get the right look and build Graham. She gave Graham a thick skull, a wider neck, an inflatable chest that acts like airbags, and hoof-like legs that allow Graham to jump of dangerous situations. TAC chief executive Joe Calafiore commented why his organisation commissioned Graham an educational tool. He said: "Cars have evolved a lot faster than humans and Graham helps us understand why we need to improve every aspect our roads system to protect ourselves our own mistakes."