With appliances helping people prepare for dates and Ikea designing bedrooms based on Facebook status, it's almost as if the melding between the home sphere and the personal sphere has hit a maximum. Whoops, nope! The most personal of them all has come in the form of dna 11, a firm that creates home accessories from the DNA of its customers. Featured recently on tech blog Gizmodo, the company, with offices in Vegas, Ottowa, and London, offers DNA Rugs that are billed, pretty accurately, as "the most original accent piece for any home" that "add a touch of you to your home." Prices for these hand-tufted wool creations start at a thousand bucks—they can also be made from one's fingerprint or kiss mark.
· You Can Actually Turn Your DNA Into Housewares Decors [Gizmodo]
· DNA Rugs [dna 11]