Artologica, Microbial Watercolors
I fell in love with biology when I first sneaked a peak at a drop of pond water under a microscope. The colors and shapes ensnared my imagination, and I’m not the only one!
I fell in love with biology when I first sneaked a peak at a drop of pond water under a microscope. The colors and shapes ensnared my imagination, and I'm not the only one!
Michele Banks turns the world of cell cultures, mitosis, and organelles into gorgeous, colorful watercolor paintings, scarves, and ornaments.
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