The human genetic code amounts to a 3 billion letter DNA book, but only one-tenth of 1 percent of DNA differs from one person to the next.
DNA 11 art has become one of the best-selling products at New York's Museum of Modern Art store. A person's DNA profile is printed on to a colored canvas chosen at www.dna11.com. Price is starting from $414.00 CAD.
CSI:NY has even used a piece of DNA 11 art in a recent episode where a suspect was caught after her DNA portrait was matched to a crime without the need for a warrant. In reality, this won't happen, but it is cool to have unique DNA painting.
New York company DNA Art Forms, www.dna-art.com, aims to personalize DNA portraits further. Artist Catherine Dapra paints -- rather than prints -- a DNA profile based on conversations with clients. She also fuses two DNA profiles, highlighting similarities and differences between siblings, couples and friends. Her portraits start at $2,000 US.
Personally, I prefer the DNA 11 prints. ;)
May be I am just not too artistic... :P