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Now Hold Still, 2013 - Christina Nguyen Hung on Vimeo.

Human blood cells and Polydimethylsiloxan (PSMD silicon stamp). The blood cells are flowing over the surface and around the text of this PDMS stamp. The stamp was produced with assistance from Clemson's Biophotonics lab in 2009.
© Christina Nguyen Hung, 2013

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