The Zymoglyphic Museum

zy’-mo-glyph’-ic, adj. [Gr. zyme leaven + Gr. glyphe carving] Of, or pertaining to, images of fermentation, specifically the solid residue of creative fermentation on natural objects. The Zymoglyphic Museum includes some delicate and astonishing artwork made from bits of organic material. The museum includes the work of Frederik Ruysch, famous for making dioramas of foetal skeletons.

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