The Story Behind The Design
The monarch butterfly and a pea-headed Mendel monk reference characters in the Alfred P Sloan-award winning film “Son of Monarchs” directed by Dr Alexis Gambis, a biologist and filmmaker at NYU.
Exploring themes of humanity on Spaceship Earth (crossing the artificial lines we create around states), science and the evolution of monarch wings together with its use of technology, engineering and mathematics we get a super STEAM-powered artistic intersection that always pleases Alltheus and inspired this design.
The hands gently support a monarch butterfly just as our good Earth supports us travelling around Sagittarius A* at the center of the Milky Way.
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The tri-blend fabric creates a vintage, fitted look with extreme durability enabling this t-shirt to withstand repeated washings and still remain very comfortable.
• 50% polyester, 25% combed ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon
• Fabric weight: 3.4 oz/yd² (115.3 g/m²)
• Pre-shrunk for extra durability
• Regular fit
• Side-seamed construction
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”
“I think the biggest innovations of the twenty first century will be the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning”
Reviews of Our Products
"Enjoyed the 50th Apollo 11 commemoration with its allusion to the Beatles 1969 Abby Rd album."
"The Dark Cyber Space intrigued me and prompted a good conversation at a conference"
"Never seen my prosopagnosia as a T-Shirt warning before but now wear it to meetups which helps break the ice. Everybody seems to find it hard to remember names and faces together!"