You may think that these were small pieces of art...nope just bacteria in petri dishes.

Klari Reis has an ongoing project called The Daily Dish Every day she posts pictures of her stunning hand-painted petri dishes which resemble live bacteria samples.

Cross-section of a sugarcane root | Debora Leite || A dicot plant as seen through the lack of vascular bundles, or "Monkey faces".

Cross-section of a sugarcane root. A dicot plant as seen through the lack of vascular bundles, or "Monkey faces".

At first I thought it was a x-ray of a back bone/spine, but it is actually a type of algae.

Microscopy prints would make a great, colorful, abstract series for a wall…

Nerve cells, artwork

all living things are made of cells. the nerve cell which sends messages to the brain. this is the smallest organism that is alive

I have happily spent the day printing papers and fabrics on my Gelli Plate using the Cell Theory Stencil (mostly). Working with these papers has been so big and fun for me in the last few months. Many of you know I am a paste paper addict, nothing thrills me more than to paint papers all day. This is a variation on that theme, and a way to meditatively make art and not think too much. My cerebrum needed a break.

I have happily spent the day printing papers and fabrics on my Gelli Plate using the Cell Theory Stencil (mostly).

Petri dishes with crocheted mould colonies by Elinart.http://myrustysieve.blogspot.co.uk/2011/02/little-something-for-lab-geek-in-your.html

Embroidered petri dishes by Elin Thomas. I know what I'm making for my lab coordinator at school for Christmas.

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