Anthony Michael Simon, an artist in South Korea, has a little help in his studio. His eight-legged assistants produce webs, which Simon then treats and colors:
The artist sprays a protective coating on the fragile webs, holding the network of fine threads together and adding color. The multihued netted structures are each held up by plastic rods, allowing the spectator to view the intricacies of each piece's intersecting lines. The fluorescent colors also add an otherworldly pop.