Taliban Hands exhibition pulls the polygons from Medal of Honor, makes them an oversized installation.

Artist Joseph DeLappe (who we covered in our No Fun issue) has an odd and XL take on the modern shooter. If you remember, EA found themselves in hot water two years ago when they initially intended to allow players to control Taliban soldiers in multi-player. They (obviously) changed their mind. DeLappe explains his process:

The hands of a Taliban fighter, as depicted in the controversial Medal of Honor (Electronic Arts) shooter game. These sculptures were created through a complex process of 3D data extraction from the game for physical construction adapting Pepakura Designer for use with white corrugated plastic. These pieces were created while on residency in China in 2011 for a show at the Where Where Exhibition Space, Beijing.