Cerebella Design's Printed Scarves Take Cues From Under the Microscope

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Nov 18, 2014 • References: cerebelladesign & coolhunting
Looking at the unique printed scarves from Cerebella Design is almost like peering into a microscope, since you'll be seeing more or less the same thing. The prints were created by taking inspiration from the colors, textures and patterns that can be found under the lens of a microscope, looking at close-ups of frog skin, starfish eggs, human cells or other parts of biology with an extremely close eye.

The scarves are made of natural materials like cotton silk and silk that have been sewed by hand, giving the assortment of scarves a truly natural touch. The unusual patterns on the scarves might not read as such from far away, but the designs are definitely a great conversation piece, especially on where art and science break even. Stats for Biology-Inspired Scarves Trending: Older & Warm
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