Friday, January 11, 2008

Arts & Sciences

My SIL Kate contributed the Chromium print to this periodic table made with work by artists using a variety of mediums. I think it is an incredibly cool project, and immediatly thought that any science or art teacher should have one in their classroom. Yes, it's been 4 years since I've had my OWN classroom, but I can't stop thinking about them!



So far, I haven't seen any info on prints being for sale...Kate, can you enlighten us?
Click here to see the web page of the project.

2 comments:

nydampress said...

Thanks for posting this over here too!

So far many prints are available for purchase through individual artist's Etsy shops.

My chromium print is here:
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=6281587

While others are found here by doing a search for the term "periodic table of elements" on Etsy:
http://www.etsy.com/search_results.php?search_type=tag_title_description&search_query=periodic+table+of+elements

As for the table as a whole, things are just beginning for the project. There is talk of the collection being made into posters, books, flashcards and gallery exhibition. The Sky the limit!
I am very happy with how the table has turned out. And it is great to have a teacher's stamp of approval :)
I'll be sure to keep you posted with any news!

Jenn said...

Thanks to both of you for spreading the Periodic Table word!

Jenn

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