Rescue Dog Women Onesies
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
Snake Plissken - the baddest of the badass movie heroes, forever doomed to be saving the world, all the while trying to figure out how to destroy it, has finally decided that if he's going to be rescuing people for a living, he might as well get paid for it, goddammit! No more Presidential Pardon's, no more plutoxin 7 in the neck, you want a President, his tramp daughter or Donald Pleasence found, then call Plissken's Search and Rescue and pay cash just like everyone else. Ask for Snake by name and get a free M41 grenade this month only.
Tags: escape-from-new-york, 6amcrisis, cool, geek, movie
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