Unisex organic cotton t-shirt - 2021 Everyday T
Unisex organic cotton t-shirt - 2021 Everyday T
Unisex organic cotton t-shirt - 2021 Everyday T
Unisex organic cotton t-shirt - 2021 Everyday T
Unisex organic cotton t-shirt - 2021 Everyday T
Unisex organic cotton t-shirt - 2021 Everyday T
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Unisex organic cotton t-shirt - 2021 Everyday T

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Design Backstory

We survived the 4 3 21 countdown with no ill effects and we can continue to wear a T-Shirt like this everyday in 2021, 

It was Initially inspired by the wonderfully self-classified “mathemactivist and craftamatician” (Twitter: @Ayliean) highlighting the palindromic date 12, 3, 21. The design builds on the 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 sequence showing that mathematics is everywhere, EVERYDAY in 2021 specifically at 19 sec after 5:18pm! Maybe time to buy and feed the Instagram monster with a pic :-) @alltheusonlbd.

Sequences and patterns are crucially important in several mathematical fields. Music too incorporates sequences and patterns in rhythms, melodies, harmonics, and sublime symphonies (as an aside its said that history doesn’t repeat but it rhymes so the argument goes that the more we look back the further forward we can see.)

A book by Dr Anita Collins discusses the importance of music in brain plasticity and neuroscience as well as its increasingly evidence-based applicability in education science as we use functional MRI & PET scanning – again a field making intense use of mathematics to pull out patterns of information from supposedly formless data. 

For further information on the book and podcast links click here

Made from 100% organic ring-spun cotton to produce a high-quality, very comfy and eco-friendly unisex t-shirt.

• 100% organic ring-spun cotton
• Fabric weight: 5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²)
• Single jersey
• Medium fit
• Set-in sleeves
• 1 × 1 rib at collar
• Wide double-needle topstitch on the sleeves and bottom hems
• Self-fabric neck tape (inside, back of the neck)

Size guide

  S M L XL 2XL
Body Length (inches) 27 ¼ 28 ⅜ 29 ⅛ 29 ⅞ 30 ¾
Chest Width (inches) 18 ¼ 19 ¼ 20 ½ 21 ¾ 22 ⅞
Sleeve Length (inches) 8 ⅛ 8 ½ 8 ⅞ 8 ⅞ 9 ¼
  S M L XL 2XL
Body Length (cm) 69 72 74 76 78
Chest Width (cm) 46 49 52 55 58
Sleeve Length (cm) 21 22 23 23 24

Professor Brian Cox

“Science is too important not to be part of popular culture”

Prof Brian Cox

“On the way to the impossible we might find something eminently doable”Prof Brian Cox on summing up the endeavor science (fm The Infinite Monkey Cage – Extraterrestrial Life podcast, BBC Radio 4 7 Dec 2009)

Albert Einstein on Emmy Noether

“… the most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced since the higher education of women began”

Peter Abelard, French Philsopher & logician

“Through doubting we are led to inquire, and by inquiring we perceive the truth”

Steve Jobs

“I think the biggest innovations of the twenty first century will be the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning”