Geneportrait is a perfect fusion of science and art. Art made from your unique DNA, or in other words personalized genetic portraits made from a sample of your saliva.
JL Soto, Founder of Spain based Geneportrait says: "Our genetic portraits create unique fingerprints for every individual (including pets). However, These DNA patterns are anonymous: they hold no medical or legal value. Also, the identities of the individuals in the portrait are anonymous to us (we only require mailing info and consent of a contact person).
We can include multiple individuals in one single portrait which makes the experience much more meaningful: You can directly compare your fingerprint with your loved ones', generating both a unique sense of closeness and individuality."
The DNA artwork is delivered on CD. A single DNA signature artwork sells for 190 Euro (~$240)
More details on the Geneportrait site.
Similar DNA artwork is offered by DNA 11 (Thanks Scott M.). They also sell printed pictures and backlit frames.
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