Arty animations of DNA that swirl and twist like living abstract paintings.
Animation of DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid. The molecule is a double-helix whose strands are linked by base pairs. DNA encodes genetic information in the sequence of these bases (adenine, guanine, cytosine, and thymine). The coiling strands are made from a sugar-phosphate polymer. The simplified model is rendered orthographically, giving an abstract feel, and it's coloured to look like Pop Art. These animations are available as UHD (4K) masters (Apple ProRes), suitable for broadcast, as large animated signs in night clubs, museums, exhibitions, businesses, and trade stands.
DNA like glowing neon lights.
DNA with flat colours outlined in black.
DNA with coloured edges.
DNA double helix rotates and twists in black and white, the sugar-phosphate strands thrash like snakes.
DNA molecule coils and twists in black and white, the sugar-phosphate strands thrash like sea snakes in a black ocean.
DNA molecule coils and twists in colour, the sugar-phosphate strands thrash like sea snakes in a red-tinged ocean.
Ball-and-stick DNA molecule rotates and ripples. With simple, flat colours, and lacking 3D cues, the molecule dissolves into squirming abstract shapes that swim hypnotically.
Ball-and-stick DNA molecule rotates and twists and ripples. This art version mimics pen and ink and watercolour, rather like a hand-drawn cartoon, and its squirming shapes dance and slide.
With screen-print flat colours, this twisted DNA helix creates mesmerising abstract shapes that flow. The flashing gaps in the base pairs (the rungs of the ladder) look like stolen kisses.
Base-pair people dance across the swaying floor in this abstract conga line. Bright, primary colours wobble and shimmy beneath an undulating grid.