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Los edredones de hadrones de Kate Findlay

Los edredones de hadrones de Kate Findlay

Large Hadron Collider Quilt

Large Hadron Collider Quilt

Heroes of Science Pint Glasses! Nikola Tesla, Marie Curie, Rosalind Franklin, Charles Darwin

Heroes of Science Pint Glasses! Nikola Tesla, Marie Curie, Rosalind Franklin, Charles Darwin

25 Utensilios creativos de cocina para amantes de la comida

25 Utensilios creativos de cocina para amantes de la comida

Into the Eye - a quilt image of the Large Haldron Collider. Kate Findlay uses metallic fabrics, creating this unique effect.

Into the Eye - a quilt image of the Large Haldron Collider. Kate Findlay uses metallic fabrics, creating this unique effect.

Venomous Water Moccasin aka Cotton Mouth found near St Augustine Florida. I was psyched as it was one I've been wanting to see for sometime.

Venomous Water Moccasin aka Cotton Mouth found near St Augustine Florida. I was psyched as it was one I've been wanting to see for sometime.

Dresden "Stargate" quilt by Kati at from the blue chair

Dresden "Stargate" quilt by Kati at from the blue chair

Inspirational quilting from Kate Findlay

Inspirational quilting from Kate Findlay

Mine Craft Quilt - @Dr. Duga, Dr. Feeney & Associates Pediatric Dentistry www.pediatricdentisttampa.com

Mine Craft Quilt - @Dr. Duga, Dr. Feeney & Associates Pediatric Dentistry www.pediatricdentisttampa.com

Hadron Quilts by Kate Findlay    The Large Hadron Collider, a steely pinnacle of physics and engineering, doesn’t generally bring soft, snuggly thoughts to mind. But that may change for people who see Kate Findlay’s quilts. For four years, she has been making fabric-based artwork inspired by the accelerator and its experiments. “I’ve been living and dreaming and sleeping and eating hadron colliders,” she says.

Hadron Quilts by Kate Findlay The Large Hadron Collider, a steely pinnacle of physics and engineering, doesn’t generally bring soft, snuggly thoughts to mind. But that may change for people who see Kate Findlay’s quilts. For four years, she has been making fabric-based artwork inspired by the accelerator and its experiments. “I’ve been living and dreaming and sleeping and eating hadron colliders,” she says.

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