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Thursday, October 06, 2005

Under the microscope


This tie by Hubert of Milano looks like something you would see under a microscope, like blood cells, or liver cells, or elastic cartilage cells, or muscle myofibers in cross-section, or maybe pollen, but cooler-looking. If there is any evidence for Intelligent Design, this tie is it. The enigmatic Hubert is responsible for some incredibly imaginative ties, some of which will be displayed in the tie blog eventually. Don't miss them!

(The brown orbs with the red bumps on them look like a Katamari, which reminds me--We ♥ Katamari for PS2, the sequel to Katamari Damacy, is out! It's even more fun and goofy! It gives a whole new meaning to "Let's roll!")

1 comment:

Alison Dennis said...

Hi! I wonder if you would help us with an educational project for school children in Britain? We writing resources for teaching science and have admired your photos of cells, especially the liver cells.
Would you be prepared to allow me to use them in quiz for children to decide if they are animal or plant cells? We would, of course, credit you for having taken them.
Thanking you in anticipation.
Alison Dennis