Knitted framed biology specimens
Whether you aced Bio 101 or pass out at the scent of formaldehyde, you’ll love Emily Stoneking’s approach to dissection. The Vermont-based artist combines a keen interest in biology and an obsession with knitting in her oddly charming dissected lab specimens.
Emily approaches her anatomical creations with an artisan’s touch and a sense of humor—they’re knit from soft wool and their organs are cheerful pastels. This fuzzy frog measures 9.25” x 11.25” and will complement the walls of any budding biologist’s room or office.