Monday, August 01, 2005

Bio Art For Your Living Room

"DNA11 creates unique DNA portraits through an extraordinary combination of science and art. The process begins with the DNA being collected using a patented, non-invasive technique: depositing your saliva into a tube. This sample is then sent to our highly secure, certified laboratory, where the DNA is extracted to create a unique genetic fingerprint, using a technique that takes advantage of the variation that occurs among the DNA sequence of every individual."
But just in case you thought you were getting some genetic info with your print:
"Is there any specific genetic information that you can retrieve from my art piece?
No. The procedure we use creates a unique fingerprint does not provide any information about your genetic code. It is a unique, artistic representation of your genetic fingerprint."

posted by ryan griffis  # 12:19 PM

Comments:

Nice art, but way too expensive.

There's an alternative that offers
you highest quality, lowest prices and maximum flexibility. The company Geneportrait Unique Personalized DNA-Art Genetic Portraits creates beautiful and scientifically-solid genetic portraits from a sample of your own DNA.

They can include multiple individuals (people/pets) in one
single portrait which makes the experience much less expensive and
more meaningful: You can directly compare your fingerprint with your loved ones' (family members, couple, pets, friends), generating both a unique sense of closeness and individuality.

The artwork is delivered on CD giving you total freedom of choice to handle your work of art and save money in overall costs. Furthermore, you will preserve your DNA-art portrait for a lifetime.
 
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