In the final step of cell division, the bridge connecting the cells is cut in a process called cytokinetic abscission and gives rise to two separate daughter cells. This hand-drawn illustration is overlaid with real microscopy images of a human cell, with the blue DNA carrying the genetic information and the green microtubules giving shape to the cell – a combination that quite literally fuses science and art!
Bring some vibrant colors and joy to your home, office or lab with these high-quality fine art prints, or give a special gift to your loved ones. Each is made to order for a truly unique experience.
Hand-drawn and digitally colored artwork - made with passion by an art-loving biologist!
All artwork is © Beata Edyta Mierzwa, beatascienceart.com
- Fine Art Paper (Luster or Matte): Giclée prints on thick archival-quality paper. Luster is a semi-matte finish with a smooth surface allowing amazing details and color reproduction. The matte option brings out high-contrast and deep colors with no glare (black backgrounds on matte paper appear very deep and beautiful, but fingerprints and small scratches tend to be quite visible). All paper prints have a white edge framing the artwork.
- Satin Canvas: Beautiful water-resistant canvas with a satin finish and superior color. The canvas is mounted on a wooden frame with a gallery wrap that covers the sides, making the print look fabulous even without a frame.
- Acrylic: Seriously amazing museum-quality prints. This option has the most vibrant and richest colors, as well as a modern glass-like surface. The artwork is printed on premium photo paper and mounted onto a clear acrylic sheet with polished edges. These prints come with a back frame that makes the artwork appear to be floating off the wall for a classy look. Frames and other mounting types may be available upon request.
Processing time and shipping
Please note that not all options can be shipped to each country due to limited shipping options – in that case I will reach out to you with alternatives.