Watermelon

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Watermelon

from 75.00

Watermelon

foodDNA series, 2016

Archival Inkjet Print on Fine Art Paper | 5 x 10 inches | Limited edition of 35 | All prints signed, dated and numbered | Available framed on request | Framed images are mounted in a white shadowbox wood frame with no glass

Press prints and notecards available HERE

 

This image is a DNA photograph that was captured in a scientific lab and then digitally enhanced to create the colors you see. These images showcase the beauty of the building blocks of life and highlight the interconnectedness of all biological creatures.

Did you know?

Watermelons have been cultivated for thousands of years and there are hundreds of varieties. The modern-day watermelon has evolved to contain more flesh and less seeds then its historic counterpart. Watermelons are made up of over 90% water, hence their name. They are completely edible, rind, seeds and all. Their flesh is colored pink due to the antioxidant Lycopene, which is a powerhouse for health.

5% of sale donated to The Honeybee Conservancy to help protect the future of honeybees and our food.

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