Women Aquarius Kids T-Shirts
A small selection of badass lady scientists from across the centuries. Row 1: Rosalind Franklin (Biophysics), Marie Curie (Chemistry, Physics), Chien-Shiung Wu (Physics) Row 2: Emilie du Chatelet (Mathematics, Physics), Mae Jemison (Medicine, Astronaut!), Vera Rubin (Astronomy) Row 3: Ada Lovelace (Computing, Mathematics), Maria Sibylla Merian (Natural History, Entomology), and Lise Meitner (Physics).
Tags: marie curie, chien-shiung-wu, emilie-du-chatelet, mae-jemison, vera-rubin
Inspired by my extensive collection of both traditional and creative Kokeshi, blended with my love of nerd culture, I offer this design inspired by Rey, Ahsoka Tano, Princess Leia, Queen Amidala and Jyn Erso from Star Wars The Force Awakens, Star Wars Rebels and Clone Wars, Star Wars IV-VI, Star Wars I-III, and Rogue One in the style of Japanese Kokeshi dolls by myself, Danica Bergagnini.
Tags: too-cute, danicaart, danica-bergagnini, pop-culture, nerd
For fans of this group of well-known women designers. If you recall, the Sugarbakers of Atlanta opened their own interior design company. The four women - Julia Sugarbaker, Suzanne Sugarbaker, Charlene Frasier Stillfield and Mary Jo Shively - took on any job they could find, always completing the task with class and wit.
Tags: 80s, annie-potts, anthony-bouvier, atlanta, charlene-stillfield
A small selection of women writers from across the centuries. Features: L.M. Montgomery (Anne of Green Gables) Virginia Woolf (To the Lighthouse, Mrs. Dalloway) Maya Angelou (I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings) Jane Austen (Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility) Mary Shelley (Frankenstein) Murasaki Shikibu (The Tale of Genji) Agatha Christie (Miss Marple, Poirot) Sappho (lyric poetry)
Tags: poirot, miss-marple, agatha-christie, tale-of-genji, the-tale-of-genji
The stars are right for those born under the sign of Aquarius! "Thus of the very ancient city of Ib was nothing spared save the sea-green stone idol chiselled in the likeness of Bokrug, the water-lizard. This the young warriors took back with them to Sarnath as a symbol of conquest over the old gods and beings of Ib, and a sign of leadership in Mnar. But on the night after it was set up in the temple a terrible thing must have happened, for weird lights were seen over the lake, and in the morning the people found the idol gone, and the high-priest Taran-Ish lying dead, as from some fear unspeakable. And before he died, Taran-Ish had scrawled upon the altar of chrysolite with coarse shaky strokes the sign of DOOM." -- H. P. Lovecraft, "The Doom That Came to Sarnath"
Tags: water-carrier, necronomicon, call-of-cthulhu, aquarius, water