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Japanese artist Iori Tomita transforms the scientific technique of preserving and dying organism specimens into an art form with his series, 'Shinsekai [toumei hyouhon]' ('New World Transparent Specimens')

These are real preserved animals. They are soaked in chemicals until the protein in their bodies turns clear and then they are dyed.

Cleared is a photo series by formally trained engineer and mathematician Adam Summers that offers a new way of viewing marine life

Carefully Applied Dyes Reveal Colorful Anatomy of Fish

adam summers dyes fish specimens to reveal their anatomy - scalyhead and sculpin

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Vtg Fisher Price Cassette Player Radio Boombox Stereo Developmental Toddler Toy

Transparent wet specimens  stained and by TransparentWorlds, $219.00

Transparent wet specimens diaphonized chick by TransparentWorlds

These are real preserved animals. They are soaked in chemicals until the protein in their bodies turns clear and then they are dyed. - Imgur

These are real preserved animals. They are soaked in chemicals until the protein in their bodies turns clear and then they are dyed.

Iori Tomita - New World Transparent Specimens Fisherman-turned-artist in Yokohama City, Japan, Tomita creates art using the skeletons of various dead marine specimens, which he preserves and then colors with bright shades of dye.

Diaphonized Specimens by Iori Tomita

Diaphonized Specimens by Iori Tomita

透明標本|おぶぶ日記

Iori Tomita uses a technique that turns protein transparent, dies the bones magenta, and cartilage blue.

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As you can tell from the mast head above, I love monograms. So regal, refined, sophisticated. Every time I see a haberdashery, I comment on .

Transparent animals from Japanese... artist? Shinsekai [Toumei Hyouhon]http://www.shinsekai-th.com

Artist Iori Tomita has a meticulous preservation and staining technique for turning animals into beautiful technicolor zombies.

Skulls, Skull Art

a prawn from iori tomita’s “new world transparent specimen” series.

✯ A Prawn from Iori Tomita’s “New World Transparent Specimen” Series / food illustration

Cultura Inquieta - Peces Transparentes

adam summers dyes fish specimens to reveal their anatomy

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