|(A very cellular scale) "Portrait of a Human" by Artologica|
Another fantastic exhibit was by Sarah Noble, a research scientist at NASA and artist.
|"Our Earth" Sarah Noble|
The 30 Computers Project uses discarded computer parts to make large 3D models of viruses and molecules and other exciting science things!
|Adeno cd virus|
Another favorite was Erika Rubel's Had Matter kitchen bugs:
|Kitchen Spatula Bug|
Another delightful exhibit was from Duncan Guthery, quite possibly the coolest 11 year old ever.
He makes lego mosaics of familiar characters, like this streetfighter:
|pixels made with legos|
Also on exhibit were the Beatle's Yellow Submarine and a big Totoro. Not exactly science related, but turning legos into pixels is pretty cool.
And finally, the great Peep Diorama Contest submissions were all on display. Although the "OccuPeepDC" diorama won the contest, my favorite was the peep CERN lab.
|Peep CERN lab|
|close up of marshmallow Peep CERN lab|
There was so much more at Artomatic than I can possibly cover here. I was there for 4 hours or so and still only managed to see 3 of the 11 floors full to bursting of art exhibits. I am sure I missed some amazing science-related art. If you were there or are a science-related artist, please comment or email to let me know about your work.
(I took all of the pictures here except "our earth" which I got from Sarah Noble's website)