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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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It’s a new month and DNA 11 has some up coming media appearances:

1) September 3rd 2009 – 8pm ET HBO- A Dog Year

Keep an eye out for DNA 11’s artwork in Jeff Bridges’ new HBO movie A Dog Year.

It is a story is a story of a writer in the midst of a mid-life crisis who decided to adopt a dog that turns out to be even crazier than he is.

FYI: Keep an eye out for one of our DNA portraits in the daughter’s bedroom.

2) September 8th, 2009 – It’s on with Alexa Chung – MTV – 12 pm ET/PT

DNA 11 has a special announcement for Tuesday’s show. A Major Celebrity had his portrait created by DNA 11. Hint: He was in the movie  Sin City. Tune in to find out who!

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3) DNA 11 is featured in Forbes Online Magazine: Eight Million Dollar Businesses You’ve Never Heard Of.

(I’m not so sure about the “You’ve Never Heard Of ” part considering the amount of media we have been getting lately… 🙂 )
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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.

When DNA 11 was looking to create a business card we knew it has to be personalized and very custom.  After all, we create the world’s most personalized art. So we turned to Moo.  A very cool company that lets you make personalized business cards using a bunch of images that you can pull from your Flickr account or just about anywhere. What makes these cards different is that every card can have a unique image on the back of  it. So awesome! – and worth every penny. The quality is best I’ve seen- colors so pure you would swear they are using an offset printer to make these.  If you’re a designer, an artist, or a photographer these are the cards for you.

I have to say that Moo is a wonderful company. I love their website, their passion, their packaging and the customer service is top notch. Everything we strive to be too.

If you are looking to get business cards done just go to Moo and check them out.  They are also giving DNA 11’s  friends and clients 15% off any order of 50 or 200 cards. We’re not getting any commissions from this. This is a special offer from DNA 11 and Moo because we like you. 🙂

Follow this link to get the MOO discount. Valid until June 2! Use MOO discount code “DNAMOO” for 15% off.

If you want to get the ultimate personalized business card contact us and we can add your DNA or fingerprint to the back of your card.

Check out the cards we made with Moo below.

My fingerprint portrait on the back of my Moo business cards.

My fingerprint portrait on the back of my Moo business cards.

DNA Art Portraits on the back of DNA 11 Business cards. How unique!

DNA Art Portraits on the back of DNA 11 Business cards. How unique!

After three beautiful months in sunny Los Angeles the time has arrived to “pop down” our temporary pop-up gallery. By all measures it was a huge success. Hundreds of guided tours, piles of media and  a great wrap up party co-hosted by our friends of 944 Magazine ensured we went out with a bang!  We made lots of fantastic friends in Los Angeles and we’ll be back soon.

Here are some of the pictures from the DNA 11 / 944 Magazine event. Many thanks to GreenSUV for providing the transportation, HOPE Wines for supplying the wine, Poixen (for the delicious pisco sours) Carly Harill from 944 for helping to coordinate everything and of course our PR firm RF-PR.

My day at LACMA

April 9, 2009

LACMA Lights

LACMA Lights

LA has some serious art museums my favorite so far being the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). Recently I had the opportunity to spend a day touring the museum. Nothing inspires me more than seeing the works of some of the greatest modern artists of the century.

One of the more fun exhibits was the BMW Art Cars. Artists included: Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, etc. I’d love to do a BMW art car one day. I’m a pretty big fan of BMW as a company and I’ve owned several Beemers so far including an M3 that is currently in storage back in Canada -hmmmmmmm ideas anyone?

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There are many sections of the Museum where you are not allowed to take pictures but I managed to take this picture of a Marc Rothko – he is absolutely one of my favorite artists. In fact, it was his art that inspired us to see art in DNA images. The MoMA also has an impressive collection of Rothko paintings LACMA only has a couple but I love this one:

Me (Adrian Salamunovic) posing in front of a Mark Rothko painting at LACMA. Me happy.

Me (Adrian Salamunovic) posing in front of a Mark Rothko painting at LACMA. Me happy.

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DNA 11 Founders @ DNA 11 House. Adrian upstairs. Nazim downstairs.

DNA 11 Founders @ DNA 11 House. Adrian upstairs. Nazim downstairs.

We’ve converted in a modern beach house into a pop-up gallery so we can showcase our art to our friends in the West coast. Located in Hermosa Beach this three-level house serves as the perfect venue to display our art. If you are in Southern California pop-by for a visit. Open until April 1, 2008.

Go here for detailed information and directions:
www.dna11.com/house