From Microscopic Alcohol Art to Nanoscapes

 - Dec 5, 2009   Updated: Apr 4 2011
In high school I once used a microscope to look at a potato chip. I could actually see the fat cells moving around on that greasy little piece of potato. Needless to say, I ate the hell out of that tater.

From microscopic alcohol art to nanoscapes, you don't need any lab equipment to check out these 11 microscopic finds.

Implications - The world is an incredible concoction of unbelievable creations, systems and organisms and any innovations that highlight this innate mystery ultimately appeal to consumers in a profound way. Products and artworks that cause consumers to stop and take note of the wonders around them, however small, are definitely more effective at catching their attention that those that don't offer new and exciting insight.