Periodic Table Printmaking Project

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  1. Takuan says:

    thanks for that, brings back fond memories of romance in the park (with pigeons)

  2. ainesse says:

    Hi there

    I am also a printmaker who has participated in this project. I think the idea of a giant poster is a great one!! Don’t quite know who would support its production and distribution financially?…………… but it would look really great!!.

    Lets hope that we can find a gallery with a large enough wall space which can display the works in the best possible light (so to speak!)

    and a big thank you to Jennifer Schmitt (Azuregrackle) for initiating and co ordinating the project)

    Aine Scannell

    http://ainescannell.blogspot.com

  3. megfrazer says:

    Love those chemicals.

    Look at my elements paintings too!

    A few of the 30 I’ve done so far are on my website: megfrazer.com

  4. kevin143 says:

    Do they sell this? I can’t find a price anywhere.

  5. kevin143 says:

    I see that some of the individual prints are for sale for $15-20, but I would like a poster size print of the whole thing…

  6. Drhaggis says:

    Thanks for posting this. I just bought the Tungsten print.

  7. teatree says:

    I was one of the participating artists (#26, Iron.) The moderator of the exchange is entertaining ideas for putting this out as a full scale poster, or a coffee table book, lots of different formats. Keep your eyes peeled. It will probably get more attention after the story on etsy and now this.

  8. The Engineer says:

    Is anyone familiar with the wooden periodic table table created by Theodore Gray? Check it out. http://www.theodoregray.com/PeriodicTable/index.html

  9. Cat says:

    This will be a great addition to the periodic table of vegetables, fruit and elements.

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