This artwork creatively illustrates the steps required to create human colon cell colonies. To harvest cells from a colon sample, the tissue is first washed and cut into small pieces. These pieces are then placed in a solution and centrifuged to break down the tissue, releasing individual cells. Next, the cells are cultured in a nutrient-rich media in petri dishes, allowing them to grow and form colonies. With time and the right conditions, these colonies can form a 3D structure, resembling the tissue from which they were harvested.