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Tune in Wednesday September 16, 2009 for the one-hour episode of The Doctors titled  Health Trends and Controversial Cures.

DNA 11 created individual DNA Portraits for the show’s hosts- Dr. Travis Stork, Dr. Jim Sears, Dr. Lisa Masterson, and Dr. Drew Ordon.

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The DNA art featured on The Doctors TV show is the world’s most personal form of artwork on canvas.  No two portraits will ever be the same.

We had a great time working with the show to create the portraits and we are excited to be a part of the new season!

Check your local listings for show times here. You do not want to miss the show.

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The modern pet portrait by DNA 11 is featured in a recent People Pets article that highlights what people are doing with Pet DNA.

DNA 11 has been creating unique art pieces from the DNA of dogs, cats, horses, and even a Bengal tiger at the request of our customers since its inception in 2005.

Adrian one of the co-founders actually had a DNA Pet Portrait created of his own dog Bosley, and hangs it proudly at home.

“Bosley lays for a quick snapshot in front of his very own DNA portrait.”

“Bosley lays for a quick snapshot in front of his very own DNA portrait.”

Show of your creative side and evoke conversation with art made from Pet DNA.

What are your thoughts? Please join the conversation.

The Smart Home in Chicago @ The Museum of Science and Industry

The Smart Home in Chicago @ The Museum of Science and Industry

The pioneers of DNA Art are back with another addition to their line of DNA Portraits. DNA 11 has introduced the Modern Day Family Portrait at the Smart Home: Green + Wired, Powered by ComEd.

This exciting exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry is brought to you by the museum and Wired and designed by Michelle Kaufmann Designs.  The house will showcase some of the latest innovations in reusable resources; smart energy consumption; eco-friendly landscaping; and clean, healthy-living environments.

“This is a great opportunity to share DNA art with the people of Chicago,” says Adrian Salamunovic, co-founder of DNA 11. “We are extremely enthusiastic to team up with Wired and the Museum of Science and Industry on this innovative and exciting way to showcase the latest addition to our line of personalized, one-of-a-kind art pieces.”

DNA 11’s Modern Day Family Portrait will be in the home office section of the house which will also feature Steelcase chairs, and modular carpeting from Flor.

The exhibit, and DNA 11’s newest addition to the line of DNA art, is on now and will run through Jan. 3, 2010.

New DNA Mini Portraits by DNA 11

Mini me: New DNA Mini Portraits by DNA 11

I’m proud to announce the new DNA 11 “Mini Portraits” which I think make the perfect holiday gift idea. We’ve managed to get the price point down to the point where it makes an affordable gift item but it is still very high quality. It includes a glass (not Plexiglas) frame with stainless steel bolts. The Giclee print is on archival quality paper and it includes the option to add a custom message to your portrait and identify your “brain” gene and “muscle” gene within the portrait. The print measures 8” x 10” (20 cm x 25 cm) and the glass frame is slightly larger.

Learn more here: http://www.dna11.com/gallery_mini.asp

I would love your feedback and ideas- what do you think of the new DNA 11 Mini Portrait?

DNA 11 and Spade Magazine Pre-show team chillout session

We just wrapped up the Montreal Design Show (SIDIM) last week. It was one of the best shows we’ve done all year. We met some great people including fellow designers, architects, interior designers and clients. As a VIP guest of the event SIDIM even put me up in the new OPUS Hotel. If you are ever in Montreal I encourage you to check out this very luxurious, unique and modern boutique hotel.

This year we decided to get creative and design a booth that was built from recycled materials and could also be 100% recycled. Mission accomplished. Nothing in our booth was wasted this year. The booth was made 20% from cardboard and 80% from wood. All the wood was donated to a local farmer and the cardboard was tossed into a recycling bin at the end of the show. Even the metal hardware was recycled. The Booth space was worth nearly $10,000 but the booth only cost us around $300 to make and we recieved a lot of looks and great feedback from the attendees.

Mnay thanks to our design intern Anthony Chimbuya for all his hard work and dedication and to our friends at Spade Magazine for making the event possible.