Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Plush Mollusk Anatomy

Above, a bivalve, and below, a scaphopod and chiton. These will be exhibited in Toronto next month at The Dazzle!

11 comments:

Saraccino said...

They are really cool! Would have to love them back in my biology study ^^

CocoLoco said...

Wow! Those are exquisite.

daniel said...

Wow - good work, I totally love it!

JEFF GARCIA said...

oh, so nice!

Gabrielle said...

These are amazing! I have a degree in Marine Biology and I am a crafter and these speak right to my heart. I am so glad to have seen these.

Norman said...

Very nice and artistic bivalve but some anatomical discrepancies. The white circular mass is part of the gut, actually the digestive gland. The two muscles are purple and not
identified in the legend correctly.

Kelly Hogaboom said...

These are beautiful!

Is this an art show they're displayed at?

Shirley Baker said...

I'm a malacologist and crafter so someone sent me the link to these wonderful mollusk plushies! I was wondering if you'd allow me to use an image in a lecture on bivalve anatomy and histology that I'm giving on Monday (Jan 24, 2011) at the University of Florida? With credit given, of course.

Celebrate The Odd said...

I think I am in love!

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Sara said...

Beautiful work! Such a creative way to present molluscan anatomy.