Is this pure narcissism or art? DNA 11 takes a sample of DNA and turns it into something
suitable for framing. The image of your DNA is printed on canvas using the giclee method. The process
begins with putting your saliva into a tube. It is then sent to a lab for extraction to create a genetic fingerprint
that is stained with a fluorescent dye and illuminated by UV light. A special camera captures the image which is
then digitally enhanced, cropped, color adjusted, adding colors and filter effects. The pieces can be ordered in three
sizes and a variety of hues. Prices range from $800 to $1800.
[via MoCo Loco]