This artist really does get under your skin making amazing art from anatomical cross-sections of the human body. Lisa Nilsson¿s Tissue Series, depicts anatomical cross sections, created from rolled PAPER. Lisas studio in an old laundry room and she actually makes boxes to contain her work made out of cherry wood and old glass, she covers the outside in Japanese silk book cloth.
Fashion Knitwear Sketchbook exploring micro-art influenced structure & colour of knitted fabrics // Floating in The Great Ether, Laura Collier. This is a good example of how i could develop my project, and the artist gives examples of using knitting to recreate the cells or bacteria.
"Bloody Empire" ~ Timorous Beasties. This is a very contemporary piece of wallpaper. There is a variety of colours in this piece and there is some rivalry between the colours. The red and blue are shrouded by the bold yellow of the bumblebee. There is an organic feel to this wallpaper as the plants surround the insect creating a modern and natural idea to the wallpaper.