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Collection: physical sciences
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Posted about 1 year ago.
I can't wait to for this fabric to arrive at my studio so I can make my son so many quilts, sheets, pillowcases, pj's, lab coats, shirts, anything in the mad science, science,physics,lab equipment, chemistry, mathematics,zillions of ideas.
Posted almost 3 years ago.
Oh! This would be awesome for the "Geek Chic" contest!
Posted over 3 years ago.
Now adjusted for Spoonflower's new print colour profile.
Posted about 4 years ago.
Photo of swatch test on Kona cotton in a mixture of artificial light and indirect daylight.
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Posted over 4 years ago.
... And there it is - with a minimalist version of my old snail tessellation installed as a backdrop (to balance out the levels between the clean diagrams and the more detailed views).
... and the order also arrived surprisingly (suspiciously?) quickly! This one did print OK (despite Kona being a little dull and less precise than the previous quilting cotton). So I'm releasing it now for the truly impatient. But I think the fossil question mark needs a subtle fossily background (to better match the crystal lattice). So there'll be another upload to follow shortly.
Spoonflower were very quick to print the order which included this design. So we're now in the shipping countdown before I find out whether or not anything needs tweaking.
Thanks. Although, I'm a little uncertain what its potential market, as fabric, might be. It's also all very well saying "here's one which was prepared earlier" (as per UK TV) but it's somewhat tricky to repeat the experiment!
As well as being visually stimulating and aesthetically pleasing, your design gives a sharp nudge to the funny bone hiding in the arcane realm of Mathematics and Scientific lore.
The hexagonal pattern is another natural freebie! :-D
I like both the idea of your enormous recipe, but also the hexagonal pattern!
Yes, finding suitable utensils outside the universe might be a bit tricky. I avoided addressing that sticky problem. The branes might turn out to be fit for purpose though.
Hmmm, I'm going to need a bigger bowl. This is super clever and hilarious. Great idea and execution.
I try to use as many parts of my brain as possible. There are lots of different co-processors in here. Turning them off is harder! :-D
Your scientific takes on the contest themes always make me smile! You are using both parts of your brain! Very cool.
It can only be available quickly if enough people vote for it such that it makes the top ten. Otherwise it will have to wait for my next batch of samples and the 4 weeks it takes those to swim the Atlantic. :-/
I LOVE this fabric design you've created and really want to buy a yard of it a.s.a.p.
Why? Because I am working on creating a universe and have come up against come challenges at the sub-atomic level. Mainly it's all good, but there are a couple of blank spots in my design algorythm that look like they can be filled in by your fab fabric. I also am dealing with a couple of unruly quark familes, who are trying to secure royalties on the back end once I get the place up and running. They ran into a very arrogant string who put them up to it. So annoying. I have my patent lawyer in talks with them. Sigh...such is the prosaic aspect of any big art project....
When will you be selling this marvelous fabric?
artgrrrl in Sebastopol
Something like that. Also known (in other circles) as expanding the Overton window. However, I'm pretty strange naturally anyway. So it doesn't have to be that deliberate in intent. :-D
Love this....and your idea....good to take the road less travelled...eh? You come up with a much broader solution to the original design idea.
genius. pure genius. love it.
I was amused to note just how many cocktail recipe designs (another idea I'd briefly considered, despite not having a personal interest) were already on Spoonflower.
I think it's a perfectly good recipe. My first couple of ideas weren't really anything you could eat, either.
It does carry something of a risk of offending people and being banished from the contest, though. We'll see. I wasn't originally planning to enter anything at all until this joke one occurred to me.
Oh my gosh! That's a great idea. I'd use a recipe like that in worldbuilding.
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