At the heart of the Centre, a park near the Institute of Cytology and Genetics in Novosibirsk, a monument to the laboratory mouse, knitting strand of DNA.
"It combines the image of the laboratory mouse, and a scientist, because they are related to each other and serve as one case. Mouse is captured in the moment of scientific discovery. If you look into her eyes, you can see that this little mouse has come up with something. But the whole symphony of scientific discovery, joy, "eureka" has not yet begun to sound "- described the project by its author, Novosibirsk artist Andrew Kharkevich.
AKA "Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of DNA Lounge".
"Don't worry. Many women learn to embrace this parasite. They name it, dress it up in tiny clothes, arrange playdates with other parasites."
The fetusdoll comes in a satin-lined, wooden box that is definitely not a coffin. And if it seems like there's an unsettling amount of facial detail in the lil' peanut, it's because there is. 3D Babies only takes on projects in which the pregnancy is at or very near full-term, so you can really get a good look at what exactly is floating around your (wife's) insides. You can even change the baby's pose to your liking in the terrifying process depicted below.
Note that the unspeakably amateurish official site has a section entitled "Products / Celebrity Babies".