If you are already as exhausted as I am from the US primary season and the endless rage-filled lead-up to the 2016 federal election, then I have a treat for you!
Here, for the 2nd year in a row, is #SCIART, the Science Art Tweetstorm organized by the Symbiartic crew at Scientific American Blogs.
Now, if you imagine that “science art” means only scientific/medical illustration, infographics and notebook sketches, then you are in for a treat!
A quick scan of the #sciart hashtag shows works spanning every imaginable medium and genre — science-themed jewelry and clothing, 3-d renderings, sculptures and models, sketches and paintings, murals, tattoos, cartoons, photographs, videos and well .. here, just take a look —
lovin’ the strata in this #sciart fabric from @Spoonflower https://t.co/yELplnv6ag pic.twitter.com/D3SLFz54PT
— Kalliopi Monoyios (@eyeforscience) March 2, 2016
Bargibant's pygmy seahorse painting for @Rich_Underwater’s article in @SportDiver#SciArt by https://t.co/xDNUcoMBlU pic.twitter.com/bcvfkvvBsk
— Emily S. Damstra (@EmilyDamstra) March 2, 2016
Handknit star chart shawl with accurate colours for the beads. #sciart https://t.co/rYjVnpkfRh pic.twitter.com/yuFnv0zJRV
— yet another Emily (@EmilyKnits) March 2, 2016
Bubbles – citric acid crystals – part of the Elements in Wine series. #wine #sciart #science pic.twitter.com/1GxYZKOzcw
— Carol Roullard Art (@CRoullardArt) February 21, 2016
.@BlackBirdCD @Symbiartic matches my #SciArt tattoo! I love the Pleiades! pic.twitter.com/0TSBGd0O1o
— Dr Elizabeth Sargent (@esargent184) March 1, 2016
So these new immunotherapy checkpoint inhibitors allow our own immune system to attack the cancer #sciart pic.twitter.com/IJ18DN2CLk
— Phospho (@phospho) March 2, 2016
One of my favorite sketchbook entries last year. Hosta and iris. #sciart #botanicalart pic.twitter.com/Y5lua0Uop9
— Carol Creech (@ccreechstudio) March 2, 2016
Beauty in Numbers: Pink Fibonacci Gown, coming soon! SO excited about this design! #geek #sciart #fibonacci #STEM pic.twitter.com/OiHvdEtH0S
— Holly Renee (@ShenovaFashion) February 20, 2016
#Sciart My first coin design for @CanadianMint : Day of the Dinosaurs: Terror of the Sky Quetzalcoatlus pic.twitter.com/M8Mf4TMH58
— Dino Pulerà (@dpulera) March 2, 2016
Long-finned pilot whale right shoulder blade under the microscope for current project C-E-T-A-C-E-A #sciart pic.twitter.com/fqpWq6RQZ0
— marina rees (@marinarees) March 2, 2016
Here's #Trilovac, my robot vacuum. #SciArt pic.twitter.com/VPdsVUCqd7
— Gavy Swan (@GavySwan) March 2, 2016
#SciArt about #climatechange – @olafureliasson's Ice Watch at #COP21 in Paris pic.twitter.com/QN61REzGF2
— Michele Banks (@artologica) March 2, 2016
Did you love those? Then click on over and check out the rest of the #SciArt show on Twitter. And remember, your retweets help the artists showcase their work, so be generous!
Thank you so much for including my tweet in this post! I love the opportunity that the #SciArt Tweetstorm offers. -Carol Roullard, http://www.carolroullardart.com
You are very welcome Carol. For me it’s a privilege to have such beautiful work brightening my site. Thank you for stopping by!