Art imitates life right down to the tiny microscopic fibers that make up our identity. The wonder of science and the beauty of art intertwine figuratively—perhaps even literally—in images of the double helix, the basis of DNA. The smallest strands of existence provide the subject matter for larger than life artistry. Imperceptible to the naked eye, artists interpret and magnify what can only be seen in X-Rays and microscopic photographs. The geometric patterns of DNA sequencing, the infinity of DNA strands, the essence of heredity—all serve as inspiration for both art and the human spirit. Who knew that the very threads of life would prove to be such magnificent subjects for art?