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The Flowery Dream: Specimen 9, 2010

The Flowery Dream: Specimen 9, 2010

Japanese artist Iori Tomita combines  classical specimen preservation techniques with meticulous staining methods to create psychedelic animal specimens unlike anything you've ever seen.

Japanese artist Iori Tomita combines classical specimen preservation techniques with meticulous staining methods to create psychedelic animal specimens unlike anything you've ever seen.

Anthropologie Beetle Globes: This fascinating specimen has been fitted with antique watch parts, metamorphosing it from preserved Coleoptera to striking work of art. Handcrafted by artist Mike Libby as a part of his Insect Lab collection, a series devoted to blurring the line between nature and machine.

Anthropologie Beetle Globes: This fascinating specimen has been fitted with antique watch parts, metamorphosing it from preserved Coleoptera to striking work of art. Handcrafted by artist Mike Libby as a part of his Insect Lab collection, a series devoted to blurring the line between nature and machine.

Say hello to the technicolor dream cadavers of Iori Tomita. By combining classical specimen preservation techniques with meticulous staining methods, the Japanese artists transforms fish, squid, turtles and even chameleons into a menagerie of multi-colored beasts. Go ahead and take a peek — you've never seen taxidermy like this.

Say hello to the technicolor dream cadavers of Iori Tomita. By combining classical specimen preservation techniques with meticulous staining methods, the Japanese artists transforms fish, squid, turtles and even chameleons into a menagerie of multi-colored beasts. Go ahead and take a peek — you've never seen taxidermy like this.

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