Japanese artist Iori Tomita transforms the scientific technique of preserving and dying organism specimens into an art form with his series, 'shinsekai [toumei hyouhon]' ('new world transparent specimens')
Intricately Crafted Marine Life Specimens Suspended in Glass
Steffen Dam “Cabinets of Curiosities” that mimic oceanic specimens suspended in glass jars and plates.
9" Cleared and Stained Diaphonized Frog Specimen In Glass Jar Taxidermy Mature
Cleared and Stained Diaphonized Frog Specimen In Glass Jar Taxidermy. Sick but so so cool at the same time,
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New World Transparent Specimens is the latest work from Japanese artist Iori Tomita.
no clue what this one is but its pretty so ill let it go
Strangely Beautiful Photos of Clear Preserved Animals
New World Transparent Specimens by Lori Tomita. To produce the specimens… Tomita first removes the scales and skin of fish that have been preserved in formaldehyde.
New world Transparent Specimen
A beautiful diaphonized seahorse
Let's play "guess the animal fetus"!
coloring overhead transparencies with permanent markers, placing the transparencies on clay pots and heating with the heat gun to create "glass Macchia" like Dale Chihuly. I must get a heat gun!
I love the study of animal specimens in jars because it gives us a great outlook…
Terrarium necklace pendant – Real insect jewelry – Taxidermy bugs – Jewel Beetle necklace – Real Bug preserved – Science jewelry – Entomology collections – Strange gifts
Dyeing the Dead: The Artful Science of Diaphonization
diaphonized snake specimen - want
Strangely Beautiful Photos of Clear Preserved Animals – Flavorwire