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. And they have the most brilliant names like Octopus Kisses, Moshing At A Pearl Jam Concert, and Jellyfish With A Brooch. We can’t wait to check in on the project to see the progression through the year . . . 86 days and counting!
(via This Is Colossal)
Wow looks totally stunning. I haven´t seen something like that before. Thanks for sharing <3
These are so trippy! They look EXACTLY like micro-organisms in a petri dish – bang on there.
What a fantastic idea! So beautiful–
How amazing. They’re so weird and beauiful. Wow.
Wow these are amazing. I’m obsessed with the colors, what an awesome idea for an art collection/project. Can;t wait to see what all 365 of them look like. Thanks for sharing.
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wooaauuu this is so original!!!! I love it!!!
I need to get these!!! Loveeeeeee them!
This is pretty cool! At first I thought these were done using bacteria cultures. Now THAT would be ridiculous.
Who knew bacteria could be so lovely
This is super cool!
Makes me wanna hang them up on my wall.
What an amazing idea! Great inspiration for all of us to be creative everyday!
This is so cool but at the same time i’m super glad that they are not real microorganisms!
THIS LOOKS INCREDIBILE!
Wow, this looks really cool… I wonder, how they would look on the table, do this looks good only in pictures or could be really used.