Nano Drone


"Motor axons"
"Motor neuron axons of a 'Brainbow' transgenic mouse coursing through a portion of muscle. Individual axons express distinct colors, revealing their trajectories. Confocal microscopy by Ryan W. Draft. "

Harvard University

"Giri 1 "
"The Great Inverted Retrosnub Icosidodecahedron, made of 7 kinds of wood: maple, beech, jatoba, peruvian walnut, bloodwood, spanish cedar, and chokte kok. It fits inside a 2 foot wide cube, and was built in 1998. It is one of the Uniform Polyhedra, and is composed of 12 pentagrams and 80 triangles that all run through each other. "
Tom Lechner
Tom Lechner Sculpture Gallery

"Nematic droplets formed by the self-complementary CGCAATTGCG DNA oligomer. "

Giuliano Zanchetta
University of Milan
Prof. Tommaso Bellini University of Milan
Prof. Noel Clark
Colorado University at Boulder

"Polarized microscopy image of the chiral nematic LC phase formed by the self-complementary CGCAATTGCG DNA oligomer: a cholesteric drop with free upper surface is confining with fingerprint textures."

Giuliano Zanchetta
University of Milan
Prof. Tommaso Bellini University of Milan
Prof. Noel Clark
Colorado University at Boulder

"2007-4"

Tony Robbin
Tony Robbin Gallery

"Light through a Pinhole"
"The artist created a nanosculpture by freezing a tiny drop of colloidal graphite (graphite nanoparticles in a suspension) in Liquid Nitrogen at 196 degrees Celsius bellow zero. The monochromatic scan has been painted and manipulated digitally. The final image is printed on canvas with archival inks. The depth and three dimensions achieved in NanoArt sets this process of electron imaging apart from traditional Photography, where images are created by photons(particles of light) rather than by electrons (electrically charged particles). The electrons penetrate deeper in the structure creating images with more depth, more natural 3D look than the photographic images."

Cris Orfescu
Cris Orfescu Gallery


"Central Dative Bond Junction and Diamondoid Crimp Junctions. The theoretical basis for some of this work is available here."

Damian Gregory Allis
Allis Gallery
Syracuse University

"Underwater Things"
"Acrylic on canvas."
Jim Fuess
Jim Fuess Art