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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.

"For every day in 2013 San Francisco based artist Klari Reis will be creating art within the confines of plexiglass petri dishes for a project called The Daily Dish, which is a continuation of a project she completed back in 2009. Klari uses layers of reflective epoxy polymer to create colorful and abstract paintings that look like living microorganisms." Via Daily Petri Dish – Honestly WTF

Daily Petri Dish

San Francisco based artist Klari Reis uses layers of reflective epoxy polymer to create colorful and abstract paintings that look like living microorganisms within the confines of plexiglass petri dishes for a project called The Daily Dish.

"Cellen" Dit is het laatste stukje van de serie de driedelige "Scopes".  Dit is mijn interpretatie van levercellen.  Afgebeeld als dit ze eruit Sufi dansers van boven, helften van sinaasappelen, bloemen, veel van de gerecycleerde patronen die de natuur gebruikt in heel de schepping.  2000 Afmetingen: 90cm x 120cm Medium: Acryl op board

"Cells" This is the final piece of the the three-piece "Scopes" series. This is my interpretation of liver cells. Pictured like this they look like Sufi dancers from above, halves of oranges, flowers,.

After her son played outside, microbiologist Tasha Sturm asked him to press his hand into a petri dish so she could see what colonized. | Here's A Gorgeous Petri Dish Handprint Of An 8-Year-Old After He Played Outside

Here's A Gorgeous Petri Dish Handprint Of An 8-Year-Old After He Played Outside

Germs On Hands: Boy's Handprint Reveals Various Bacteria After Playing Outside. This is why hand washing is important.

SPECIMEN, from "Under the Looking Glass," Maggie Leininger, 2006. Embroidered muslin in Petri dishes.

Specimen by Maggie Leininger. textiles inspired by petri dish colonies, chromosomes, and human cells.

T4 phage, via Purdue University and Seyet LLC Source: https://news.uns.purdue.edu/x/2008b/081118SeyetGraphic.html

A virus about to insert its genes into a microbe. One of trillions of viruses that live inside us and may keep us healthy. More details at The Loom.

Developing nerve cells...I just cannot get over the marvel of the making of our bodies...

Developing nerve cells Torsten Wittmann, University of California, San Francisco These developing mouse nerve cells have a nucleus (yellow).

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