Paper dolls available in the Skepchick party room at CONvergence. Photo by @christina39ap.
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A Sandbox of Scientist Paper Dolls

Did you miss SkepchickCON? Wish you could have been there with us? We wish you could have been there too! So we’ve brought a little piece of SkepchickCON back home to you: our Geek Art workshop, full of scientist paper dolls. The whole set is here, and we’re already plotting …

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Mad Quickies

Mad Quickies 3.18

An Indiegogo campaign to restore Lowell Observatory’s Clark Telescope. Who invented zero? Feynmann’s double slit experiment actually works. 7 Raspberry Pi tutorials. Sponsored superheros. Henrietta Lacks’ “HeLa” cell line sequenced. DIY Lucky Charms marshmallows. Somebody thought it would be a good idea to give a flying robot talons. Pulsars, Joy …

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Mad Quickies

Mad Quickies 9.5

Edward Tufte created sculptural Feynman diagrams: All Possible Photons. Downloadable 16-page catalog. Scientific American examines how medical illustrators are grappling with new media. Elegant neuroanatomical aquatints, circa 1786. Fernando Vincente makes cartographic art. Tell people what you think about art and science with this Frank Oppenheimer tee. {via Anne S.} …

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Calendar Curiosities – Happy Birthday Salvador Dalí

Okay here’s the thing – I could write endlessly about Salvador Dalí; his life, his art, his genius, madness and goofiness, how he and the other Surrealists were heavily influenced by early psychology, how he incorporated atomic theory into his art, how he has influenced me since I was 15-years-old …

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Mad Quickies 5.2

Art school pinups – created by DDB Brazil for the Museu de Arte de São Paulo Art School. Erika Iris makes all sorts of art, including sheet music collages and portraits made from cassette tape and video reels. 5 Scientific Explanations for Game of Thrones’ Messed-Up Seasons. {via Maria} Pucker …

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Mad Quickies 10.5

The art and science of…the circus! GV Art London is a gallery committed to exploring the inter-relationship of art and science and the dialogue that results. We like that! Their upcoming exhibition is Sense of Taste by Ken and Julia Yonetani, Aust multi-media artists. {October 7 – November 22} Helen …

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AIVisual Art

AI: Still a Feyn Day

Lots of really fun paper dolls and science art articles have been coming out of this blog recently, and while we’re still revved up about our new Steampunk Ada Lovelace papercraft, I want to ask: Who’s next? Who would you like to see an artistic representation of? Whether it’s a …

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