Laptop Sleeve - Maths In A Blaise of Glory
Laptop Sleeve - Maths In A Blaise of Glory
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Laptop Sleeve - Maths In A Blaise of Glory

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Protect your laptop in style with this snug, lightweight laptop sleeve! To prevent any scratch marks, it contains an internal padded zipper and its interior is fully lined with faux fur. What’s more, it’s made from a material that’s resistant to water, oil, and heat, making sure your laptop sleeve looks good everyday!

Design backstory:
Recalling that the square root of -1 is written as i this is a complex loving tribute to Blaise Pascal’s triangular array of binomial coefficients - arising in probability theory, combinatorics, and algebra – shown against an image of the Eiffel Tower with Penrose tribars also featuring (engineers use triangles in construction because they evenly distribute weight without changing their proportions). Civil engineer Gustave Eiffel combined STEAM elements after studying at the École Centrale des Arts et Manufactures with all his work, notably his tower and the Statue of Liberty, using mathematics during design and construction.

Take a look at @Ayliean on Twitter (self described “mathemactivist and craftamatician, constantly trying to unleash the beauty of Maths for all to see”) or listen to Dr Nira Chamberlain and others talk about  enjoying and using mathematics to solve real world problems.

Maybe also get our Alltheus Everyday T to commemorate a daily 2021 pattern.

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• 100% neoprene
• 13″ sleeve weight: 6.49 oz (220 g)
• 15″ sleeve weight: 8.8 oz (250 g)
• Lightweight and resistant to water, oil, and heat
• Snug fit
• Faux fur interior lining
• Top-loading zippered enclosure with two sliders
• Padded zipper binding

Size guide:

  13 IN 15 IN
Length (inches) 13 ½ 14 ¾
Width (inches) 10 ½ 11 ¼
Height (inches)

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