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A Maze, Me

life labyrinth
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Be the first on your block to have a maze made from your own fingerprint or iris. The stylish labyrinth can be ordered in a variety of sizes and materials such as carved beech, cast glass, plaster or even squid ink on sugar cane paper. Carried in your pocket or hanging on the wall, these challenging labyrinths will provide hours of enjoyment and enlightenment as you trace the lines of your iris from white to pupil, or track the grooves of your thumbprint from whorl to arch to loop.

Just follow the easy instructions for photographing an eye or taking a fingerprint, and you'll soon be a proud owner of a circular or oval, convex maze arriving three weeks later. Each labyrinth is a unique, faithful reproduction with some added details to make complete an intriguing, personal puzzle.

FarmerJohn, Apr 15 2003

Fingerprint Maze http://www.worth100...6&display=photoshop
A Photoshopped mock-up. [DrCurry, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       Someone else's fingerprints, please. Mine wouldn't wouldn't make a very good maze. +
snarfyguy, Apr 15 2003

       I'll vote for the fingerprint maze - I don't think irises are generally suitable.
DrCurry, Apr 15 2003

       Great name, great idea. why can't I think of all these nice things when I want to post an idea? (+)
Pericles, Apr 15 2003

       you will. you will.
po, Apr 15 2003

       I'll have to have one made from my irises. See I had to have my fingerprints surgically removed and replaced with Nicholas Cages, when the C.I... Oh wait I'm not supposed to talk about that. Carry on.   

       Paul McCartney may open up a competing franchise called "Maybe I'm a Maze"...
dbsousa, Apr 16 2003

       Hey! Combine this with the robot mower that carves pictures in your lawn! What a great connection. Heck, combine it with a robot hedge grower/trimmer.
Eugene, Apr 16 2003

       //The other thing lending itself obviously to maze-ization are the folds of the brain.//   

       OK, [Jutta], just lift up your cranium and mail me a photo of your brian.   

       //Just follow the easy instructions for photographing an eye or taking a fingerprint, //   

       Please also provide details of your high-net-worth bank account.
FloridaManatee, Apr 17 2003

       This took me on a journey into self.
peter2, Apr 30 2003

       Perhaps have a maze grafted onto your fingers (not full size, of course). Don't know why. Just thought it would be funny.
dbmag9, Aug 13 2005


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