UK Scientist Rob Kessler documents the beauty of cells through microscopic photography.
From The Creators Project:
As the Academic Chair of Arts, Design & Science at the University of Arts London, Kessler recently launched Mi Pattern, a weeklong celebration and exploration into the diverse patterns that can only be found under a microscope, at the Lethaby Gallery in Central Saint Martins. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own samples to examine under the available microscope kits, including the Phenom scanning electron microscope that is capable of magnifying things up to 10,000x. Visitors can also scan their own skin with a Dino Lite microscope, and take close-up photos to post onto a “Skin Wall.”
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