Gallery: Higgs boson interpreted as gorgeous papercraft

Zim & Zou's papercrafts are legendary. The duo's latest project involved papercraft interpretations of the Higgs boson for French magazine Le Monde.

Visualizing a particle no one has ever seen before is a tall order, even for the likes of Zim & Zou. Using the barest materials including paper, tin foil, balloons and rubber balls, Zim & Zou came up with the following representations highlighting the importance of the Higgs particle.

The five-piece spread is minimal compared to the duo's other works, such as this crazily detailed Game Boy, but still manages to capture the bold unknowns of scientific discovery.

Via Zim & Zou

All captions and images created by Zim & Zou for Le Monde

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