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Amoeba Tote Bag featuring the digital art Amoeba by Katelyn Solbakk

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Amoeba Tote Bag

Katelyn Solbakk

by Katelyn Solbakk

$26.00

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Product Details

Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

Design Details

The amoeba has no defined body shape, and uses “false feet”, also known as pseudopods, to move around and capture food. The soil here is rich in... more

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Tote Bag Tags

tote bags amoeba protozoa microbiology microbes microorganisms science nature soil microscopy microscopic

Digital Art Tags

digital art amoeba protozoa microbiology microbes microorganisms science nature soil microscopy microscopic

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Artist's Description

The amoeba has no defined body shape, and uses “false feet”, also known as pseudopods, to move around and capture food. The soil here is rich in organic material and has many threads of fungal hyphae as well as bacteria which help bind soil particles into aggregates, creating a strong and resilient soil structure that is also good habitat for soil organisms and plants. In the top left corner is a ciliated protozoa in the genus Stylonychia, which is common in both soil and freshwater. Several small round flagellated protozoa can be found to the left of the amoeba.

About Katelyn Solbakk

Katelyn Solbakk

My goal is to inspire curiosity by imagining how microscopic creatures might look if we could see them in their natural habitats, and view them as amazing wildlife rather than "specimens" in a laboratory. Many of us are unsettled by the thought of invisible microscopic life forms all around us, so I try to balance the "ick factor" by showing that these creatures can be beautiful. The microscopic world is truly fantastic and offers a lot of inspiration for fantasy themes, which you will see in some of my more playful work like the hookah-smoking tardigrade inspired by the caterpillar from Alice in Wonderland. I hope my art can help bring us a little bit closer to the mysterious world of microbiology that is the foundation for all our...

 

$26.00