Way back in October of 2014, I asked the question:
Glass is exquisite in its delicate beauty. A crystal vase, a hand-blown wine glass, a stained-glass window, all stir the pot of reactions that make the word “sparkle” sparkle. Working with glass is an incredible art. It is so delicate, so refined, a true art of mind over matter. So what if glass represents a disease? Is it still “sparkling” and “refined”?
In the midst of today’s pandemic, Luke Jerram seems to have found a way.
These, and other microscopic cells and diseases made of sparkling glass, can be found at my Sunday Evening Art Gallery and at https://www.lukejerram.com.
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Thank You! I was pleasantly yet scarily surprised that Covid 19 has been created, too!
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