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.


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:

While others are found here by doing a search for the term "periodic table of elements" on Etsy:

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!

Anonymous said...

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