A gallery of fly-inspired art
|A gallery of very original creations around flies (and other topics) by Danielle Edmunds.
See her portfolio on Instagram: Fruit flies like a banana
|Gallery with annually commissioned images of Drosophila by FlyStuff.
This image shows the image STILT-LEG/CYO by Cassidy Johnson from 2010.
|Likely the first online fly art gallery was Alain Ghysen’s Art4. Since this gallery might vanish in the nearer future, we made it accessible also here.
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|Fly-inspired poetry collected on Alain Ghysen’s Art4. Since this gallery might vanish in the nearer future, we made it accessible also here.
Here ‘Cold Fly’ by the Chinese poet Chen Shiado (click to enlarge)
|‘The Fly’ poem by William Blake. Click here for the entire poem and background information.|
|Concursus silicernium (“rush to, clash” “funeral feast”) by Jen Gagne, as shown on the BEWARE-of-ART website.
Specimen #01124, 4/16/2001; Wingspan: 2.5 inches
|Ink and water colour by Andreas Prokop|
|‘Fly Whisperer’ by Deepti Trivedi
See Deepti’s gallery of funny sketches of mutant flies on ‘Deepti’s Journey – Fly Art‘
|‘Bar fly (Drosophila melagerswasted)’ by John Chilton.
See his gallery on the Axonology website.
|‘Drosophila Fly Head‘ is an outdoor sculpture designed by Wayne Chabre in 1988 and installed on the University of Oregon campus|
|‘Holiday mutant’ by Andreas Prokop, ink and water colour|
|Image by Jessica Sawyer|
|Water colour on canvas by Natalia Sánchez-Soriano and Andreas Prokop|
|An image from Magnus Muhr‘s ‘Life of flies‘ book
|A GIF by Andreas Prokop|
|Fly image by Amy Strom as part of collection she made when graduating with her Ph.D. from Berkeley in 2018.|
|‘Bell Fly‘ by Chris Woodman; tabletop-sized made from machine parts, found metal objects, tool parts and a working bell gong as back segment.|
|‘CRISPR/Cas – al borde del futuro‘ by Diego Galagovsky, taken from his very arty blog Flying thru science|
|Drosophila graphic collage; Graphic Artist: Mr Bonaventure Zirra, PhD Student, Department of Industrial Design, Ahmadu Bello University, Samaru, Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria|
|Repeating Drosophila pattern; created for the #InverteFest initiative by the illustrator Hana Ayoob; for more of Hana’s art see her blog site “Curious Octopus“.|