C-MOULD HIGHLIGHTS: C-MOULD’S MOULDS

Clock Fungus. An unidentified mould that has a biological clock and much like the growth rings on a tree, can act as a clock.

Clock Fungus. An unidentified mould that has a biological clock and much like the growth rings on a tree, can act as a clock.

Penicillium camembertii. Isolated from Camembert. Forms a dense and lush mat when grown on milk. Could be used in MycoCouture and would produce a fabulous coat.

Penicillium camembertii. Isolated from Camembert. Forms a dense and lush mat when grown on milk. Could be used in MycoCouture and would produce a fabulous coat.

Penicillium camembertii. Isolated from Brie. Forms a dense and lush mat when grown on milk. Could be used in MycoCouture and would produce a fabulous coat.

Penicillium camembertii. Isolated from Brie. Forms a dense and lush mat when grown on milk. Could be used in MycoCouture and would produce a fabulous coat.

Penicillium roquefortii (Roqueforte). Isolated from Roquefort and forms a hydrophobic mat when grown on milk. Could be used in MycoCouture

Penicillium roquefortii (Roqueforte). Isolated from Roquefort and forms a hydrophobic mat when grown on milk. Could be used in MycoCouture

Penicillium roquefortii (Stilton). Isolated from Blue Stilton and forms a hydrophobic mat when grown on milk. Could be used in MycoCouture

Penicillium roquefortii (Stilton). Isolated from Blue Stilton and forms a hydrophobic mat when grown on milk. Could be used in MycoCouture

Panellus stipticus. A bioluminescent fungus that emits a green light.

Panellus stipticus. A bioluminescent fungus that emits a green light.

C-MOULD is a unique collection of microorganisms for use in art and design. This is the 2nd in a series of posts that highlight some of its acquisitions. Whilst the collection also features many bacteria, this post draws attention to some of it fungi/moulds.

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