Iori Tomita’s transparent fluorescent dead fish art


Wired has a fun photo gallery of hypercolored sea creatures by Iori Tomita, a fisherman-turned-artist who uses digestive enzymes and chemicals to manipulate their disintegration process so that it stops right before they start to crumble–for some reason, the fish turn transparent for a fleeting moment at that stage. And then he dyes and preserves them. You can see some of his work at Design Festa next month in Tokyo.


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