My new lunch bag

I loved my lunch bag but it had been with me for a long time and was very old. I needed a replacement, so I decided to make myself a new one. Since the old one was perfect size for me I just copied the pattern but added a very special design: Darwin’s tree of life.

My old and brand new bagsDuring my fabric printing course I printed a fabric with Darwin’s drawing which I used for my bag and to make cleaning easier I used oilcloth on the inside.

The measurements are:

Height: 23 cm
Width: 22 cm
Deep: 9 cm

Drop me an email or visit my shop in etsy if you would like to purchase it.

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Nucleotides

Add a touch of science to your Christmas tree this holiday season with these brightly coloured ornaments. This 4 nucleotides (well, nitrogenous bases) should not be missing in the house of any biologist!

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Set of 4 Christmas tree ornaments.
Design: nitrogenous bases (adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine )
Technique: hand printed on cotton fabric filled with polyester stuffing.
Height: 9 cm (aprox, not including hanging ribbon)
Width: 9 or 13 cm (aprox)
Colours: pink, blue, yellow, green (Bear in mind that the colour on your monitor may vary slightly to the real colour).

My curves !!!

Here you have some probability distributions. They come in a set of 6: normal, gamma, 2 beta, exponential, and a bimodal. Don’t you think they are funny?

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Christmas tree ornament

Design: Probability distributions.
Technique: Cotton fabric filled with polyester stuffing.
Height: 9 cm (aprox)
Width: 13 cm (aprox)
Colours: white, light purple, and dark purple.

Christmas Gauss Bells

A very original Christmas bell, looking like a Normal distribution with 5% probability area marked.

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They come in red or purple, but just let me know if you want another colour.

Gauss bells
Gauss bells
Gauss bell (little bell)
Christmas tree ornament

Design: Normal distribution.
Technique: Cotton fabric filled with polyester stuffing.
Height: 9 cm (aprox)
Width: 13 cm (aprox)
Colours: plain and patterned red or purple.

Ana’s doll

I made this doll for Ana (sorry, not for sale). I met her in Edinburgh and although she works as a scientist, I think she is rather an ARTIST. You can check whether I am right or not here and here.

The inspiration for the doll came from PinkNounou. A Portuguese girl who makes the prettiest dolls ever.

Phylogenetic Christmas trees

I started to work with phylogenetic trees a couple of months ago. Although I have a lot of friends working in phylogenetics and coalescence theory I hadn’t paid attention to them before. Have you ever realized that phylogenetic trees really look like Christmas trees? Haven’t you? Then have a look at these ones and think about that again!

If you would like to get some of them visit my etsy shop or email me.

Christmas tree ornament.
Design: Phylogenetic tree.
Technique: cotton fabric filled with polyester stuffing.
Height: 13 cm (aprox)
Width: 9 cm (aprox)
Colours: plain or patterned green.

Evolutionary Snowflakes for your Christmas tree

I made some Christmas tree ornaments using a very important design: the first diagram of an evolutionary tree drawn by Charles Darwin.

I hope you enjoy them as much as I did making them!

Drop me an email or visit my shop in etsy if you would like to purchase them.

They come in three different colours: red, green, and black. But, just let me know, if you want another colour.

Design: Charles Darwin’s first sketch of an evolutionary tree from his notebook (1837).
Technique: Hand embroidered on cotton fabric filled with polyester stuffing.
Diameter: 8-9 cm
Thickness: 3 cm
Colours: Red/green/black for the right side and patterned red/green/black for the wrong side.