From the series Iridophore
Iridiphore refers to a type of iridescent cell found in some sea creatures and amphibians that allows the squid, for example, to reflect light and alter the color and contrast of the animal. Scientists call it ‘electric skin’.
Cast in marine grade resin, they are intended to be both indoor and outdoor pieces. Once placed in the sun, the colors of these orbs shift, much like the iridophore cell.