1. Catherine Dapra Zawierka and Paul Zawierka opened DNA Art Forms for business in 2005. Catherine is the sole artist and designer; she received her Bachelor of Arts at Hollins University, and is currently studying at the School of Visual Arts where she is a student of Marvin Mattelson. Paul handles the science end of DNA Art and has always had an avid interest in science and technology research development.
2. These earrings by Londoner deWi are all sterling silver and represent chromosomes in early anaphase during cell division (mitosis).
3. One of my all time favourites Molecular Muse says “I thought I was going to be a scientist. I went through a lot of school, earned a PhD from Yale in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, and completed a postdoc at UC Berkeley (working with laser tweezers – cool!). Then my project-loving, creative side caught up with me. While I’m happy to
have had such a robust science background, my skills and interests are really best served by pursuing creative science communication projects.” I love this set of silver complementary base friendship necklaces, also available as earrings. Don’t forget to check out the other amazing molecules on offer.
4. It’s all in the genes…Skinny width 100% silk tie with a DNA double helix design screen printed in water based inks. By Projector, based in York, UK.