In so many projects, it turned out, that I used it all up before writing a geo-shopping post about it. Oops!
In the meantime, feast your eyes on this latest piece of sciart jewelry: the speed of light in snow quartz, with faceted amethyst acting as spacers.
|Speed of light bracelet by Kokoba|
This would be a great gift for any physics nerds or hard SF fans you know, whether for Valentine's day or for a February birthday (since amethyst is February's birthstone).
Last week, I decided to dig on Etsy for some #sciart finds. This week I originally planned on searching on Pinterest, but you know what? Either Pinterest users are idiots, or there is something fucky with their algorithms
Meanwhile, if you search #sciart on Twitter, you get some really nifty new stuff! Like neurons painted in sumi-e style:
#SciArt member Gregory Dunn paints the elegant forms of neurons in the Asian sumi-e style. https://t.co/Mzq7JuTxdt pic.twitter.com/5gBEqHkRG2— SciArt Center (@thesciartcenter) January 11, 2016
Some immunology jewelry from the fantastic Vexed Muddler:
Antibodies more your style? How about an IgM pentamer? #SciArt #immunology https://t.co/OQVnaa6iMy pic.twitter.com/OAolMK47He— the vexed muddler (@vexedmuddler) January 10, 2016
And some breathtaking marine biology:
Octopoteuthis deletron a midwater octopus. https://t.co/lsvfZtl75D #sciart. I have been ill… https://t.co/G4NgcFl7aI pic.twitter.com/EmEllKSSpX— Kelly Lance (@2Bfreelance) January 9, 2016
So, sorry Pinterest: you were a cool idea but for now I'm going to stick to recipes, thanks.