2019 #CreepyCultures Winners

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Publish Date: October 31, 2019

The 2019 #CreepyCultures results are in! It wasn’t easy choosing only a few winners and honorable mentions out of all the truly creepy agar art you submitted this year. Congratulations to the winners and honorable mentions, and thank you to everyone who participated!

View the winners and honorable mentions by using the arrow to scroll through the slide show below. Click here to view all the 2019 submissions.


  • Amber K.
  • Claudia B.
  • Matthew A.
  • Nikki S.

Honorable Mentions:

  • Chelsea T.
  • Jay L.
  • Lauren D.
  • Nadia R.
  • Sarah C.

Happy Halloween! 

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  1. Vonia Grabeel

    Love all the winning designs and the honorable mentions. But I cannot view everyone’s designs. The link doesn’t seem to work.

  2. Raffaella Giardino

    WOW, I am very impressed… they are truly artistic creations!! Must have been difficult to choose!
    Proud of you, dear colleagues microbiologists!!

  3. virginia

    The winners do have awesome designs. Congratulations 🙂

    Perhaps, in the future, you could have sub-classifications in your contest for those of use with only the basic media and limited organisms.

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