Cool Art Made from Your Own DNA
Everybody loves art to some degree. Not all of us may be well-versed in the works of Monet, Rembrandt, or Michelangelo, but all of us can appreciate colour, symmetry, balance, and self-expression, which are all elements (or non-elements) of a good piece of art. DNA portraits are a cool art for everyone – if simply for the reason that every individual possesses his own genetic makeup that is unique or unlike anyone else’s. Yes, DNA is a scientific concept – genetic science, to be exact – but who says science is separated from art? It might not be something an average person would normally ponder on but the two have been closely intertwined since the beginning of time.
A classic example of this is painterand polymath Leonardo da Vinci. He has an amazing body of work, including the famous paintingsMona Lisaand The Last Supper, yet he is also known as an ingenious scientistwho studied and recorded in great detail his observations on human anatomy, light and shadow, hydraulics, and landscapes.The knowledge that he has accumulated served as a foundation for modern science, and we also know that he remains as one of the world’s most revered High Renaissance painters. Science and art aren’t mutually exclusive in his time – and they still aren’t today.
In the same way, DNAmade art should not at all come as a surprise. Modern laboratory equipment has simply made it possible to extract a strand of DNA and get a digital image of the bands and highlights that make up a person’s genetic code. Making use of advanced imaging technology, DNA Art enhances the image, colours and designs in the style our customers want, and get it ready for printing on museum-grade canvas. You get a DNA portrait that is a perfect representation of you. You can now tell everyone that the cool art they see on your wall is actually made up of your genetic code. Awesome, isn’t it?
Allow DNA Art to create a one-of-a-kind piece of online art that revolves around only you. The idea may seem a little too narcissistic for some but think of it as a way to celebrate your existence. Stand in awestruck wonder at how images so trivial such as the lines and sequences could in fact define your personality, your physical traits, and the way you think. At the very least, showcase your personal artistic tastes by having your DNA portrait printed in the style of your own choosing. You also get to add a modern touch to your home with this cool art.
If you are still uncertain about the idea, why not try giving your friends or family members a piece of our DNA online artfor their birthday or other special occasions. It would be like telling them how special they are and how thankful you are for having them in your life. See how proud and happy it makes them. The artof DNA printing is also applicable topets! DNA Art can fit up to four DNA profiles in one frame. This feature is great for family members, your household pets, or a combination of both if you want (you’re the boss!).
Just visit our website to place an order for online art. Choose the style, size, and framing type from the ones available and wait for the DNA sample collector kit we are going to send you or the people to whom you are giving the gift. Follow the steps on how to collect your DNA and send the samples back to us. It will take up to four weeks for your DNA canvas art to reach you. We promise it will be worth it.We show you an online proof of the final image before we get on to printing. DNA Art offers a money-back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the final product.
Jomarimorales - About Author:
http://www.dnaart.com.au makes cool art for your home or office by taking a photograph of your genetic code, enhancing the image, and printing it on independently tested Canson canvas. We produce online art that adds a contemporary look to any interior. DNA Art is artistic, meaningful, and completely “you”.
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