On the 20th anniversary of its release, Bristol music collective Massive Attack decided to re-release Mezzanine (their best-selling album)–but with a twist. They encoded the record into synthetic DNA and released it as DNA spray paint. This is a first and an interesting take on DNA for storage that most of us had never thought of. The album in a spray can will potentially last for hundreds to thousands of years. To make things more interesting, one of the members (3D) is rumoured to be the secret identity of famous graffiti artist, Banksy.