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Oddly Enough

The new face of Australian road safety

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Oddly Enough

The new face of Australian road safety

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>> Meet Graham. Go on, say it, he's a bit ugly. It's okay, he's got thick skin. In fact, his many deformed body parts are his biggest asset. Graham is the only person who can survive a car crash. The model is the new face of a latest road safety campaign in Australia, created to show motorists the body you would need to withstand a high-speed accident.
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Sculptured by a Melbourne artist and leading trauma surgeon, Graham's oversized skull is designed to act as a bicycle helmet. He has no neck that can be fractured in a whiplash injury. A flat face to prevent a broken nose. And his ribs are known as super ribs which can absorb much more force quite like airbags.
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The model is set to tour the state of Victoria with his simple and, hopefully, effective message.