Remarkably, humans share a lot of DNA with other animals, plants and microorganisms. Primates top the list, but did you know we share 51% of our DNA with the Fruit Fly?
This close relationship was not lost on Darrin Grandmason. Darrin is the Founder and CEO of DNA on a Shirt, and is currently creating the world’s first affordable, wearable genetic art and is using the sales to help save the world’s most endangered species.
Darrin, this “founding father of genetic art” as dubbed by Newsweek Magazine, is taking on the YabYum Seven…
1. Who are you and what do you do?
|Yes, that is a brass knuckles cell phone case.|
My name is Darrin Grandmason and I’m a Genetic Artist.
2. How did you get your start?
I was doing a study for genetics and I swabbed my dog and ran his DNA fingerprint and created the first art piece
3. What inspires you?
All 33 million forms of life on this planet have one thing in common: DNA. Showing that connection is important to me.
4. What do you like about AZ?
You don’t have to shovel sunshine in hell.
5. Where can we see your work?
6. What would you like to accomplish before you die?
Run a successful national companion pet chain for Nursing and Hospice facilities. One group needs love and the other one needs to love.
7. What is your mantra?
Everything is a choice.
And now, you too can be a part of helping the endangered Cheetah by donating to Darrin’s indiegogo fundraiser here!