BioWhorls - Print

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BioWhorls - Print

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There is a world in a grain of sand. It's not merely a cliche, but has been amazingly true ever since a person gazed through the first microscope. Forget how many angels can dance on a head of a pin - under a powerful lens, you can see that on it can fit pollen, butterfly eggs, diatoms, and so much more. 

There are tiny castles to be found in the shells of radiolarians, and Seussian landscapes in a cluster of the fruiting bodies of slime molds. Jewels in the deadly dewdrops of the sundew and otherworldly armor in the denticles of sharks. All this and more is captured in this mini-museum of microscopic life forms.

This piece was originally done in ink, with digital color.

The print is approximately 11" x 14" large, or 8.5" small.
Printed on archival quality, thick paper. 

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