27 October 2009

Periodic Table

So after making my Solar System series, I really wanted to do another project based on science and what else could I have done other than the one & only Periodic Table of Elements?! It's something I've been working on, a bit at a time, for the past few weeks. Modelling each object in 3D proved to be a huge task and took a lot longer than I originally thought but the feeling of completing it was awesome. On top of it all, I've learnt way more about the elements researching for this than I ever did in school :)


Click for larger image.

Apologies if the image seems a little on the small side, it's to prevent the bad people from stealing and printing it. However, printing it as a poster is an option I could take...would you buy it, yes/no?

Edit, July 2011: Even over a year later, I still haven't managed to make prints of this available, so if anyone knows of a good company who can do affordable, large (A2+) quality prints, please let me know!

and here's some close-ups of a few elements.

Periodic Table detail

47 comments:

  1. I would have an A1 print of that on my wall.

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  2. This is wonderful! I would buy a print of this, miss! You could zazzle it, or DA Print it?

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  3. Definately a poster. One never knows when one might need a periodic table of elements.

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  4. I love love LOVE it! amazing x

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  5. If you decide to print it, let us know! My sister should have one in her bedroom :D

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  6. Great work!
    Yeah I might buy this as a print if I could order it via paypal, depending on the price.

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  7. Hmm, I might buy it, though it would of course depend on price. :) I already commented on your dA page, but, man, I just love this!

    Have you heard the dong by They Might Be Giants called "Meet The Elements"? :)

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  8. Niiice :) My dad would love this, he's a chemist.

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  9. I'd definitely buy it. Would love to have that hanging in my room. Very cute

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  10. I would definately have an A0 or A1 print on my bedroom wall if you sold it as a poster

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  11. I'd totally have a print too. It's comical, fun, and even extra helpful

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  12. excellent work, let me know if you sell prints.

    regards from mexico

    ECGM

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  13. if you made a print of this, I would totally buy it! I love the periodic table, and you just made it that much better :D

    *totally not a nerd at all*

    but yes, gorgeous and stylish. love it.

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  14. cool, i'd like to buy it as an A1 poster

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  15. I would definitely buy a print of this as a poster for my wall. It's the first time I've been able to figure out a lot of the elements just from their letters :)

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  16. Go show this to the kind people at http://www.periodicvideos.com/

    I think Professor Polyakoff, in particular, would love it! Heck, they might even make a video about it.

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  17. I would love a print of this -- it could go on my wall right next to my human genome poster.

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  18. it's bee-yoo-tee-ful! please make prints of this! i would definitely purchase. :)

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  19. Amazing work! Ah, your wonderful design makes Chemistry so much more fun than it really is, haha. I love it! (Yes, please do make prints)!

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  20. Would love a print for my son's room. Please shoot me an email if you decide to begin printing it :)

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  21. I home school my 13 year old - this would be a super reference poster for us - even A4 would be manageable for our posters. Kudos to you for such a brilliant endeavour. xx

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  22. This would be a great web app. I'll help!
    www.DavidWhiteDesign.net

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  23. I had waited something like this all my life... Yippee!...
    Though, unfortunately, I must point that this is now a little obsolete since the incorporation of Copernicium (Cn) in the periodic table a couple of years ago. Otherwise, it is AWESOME!!!

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  24. Please consider making this available as a tshirt or hoodie through threadless.com. I could also recommend a company that makes postcards - I'd like one to lean against my monitor.

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  25. i love it. another print request... hell, i'll set up the account for you to sell these if i get one for free...

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  26. If you're still looking for a good company, I suggest iprintfromhome.com Their prices are fair, they have an incentive program and their customer service is wonderful. Highly recommended. I would love a poster of this to teach my son.

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  27. More request for prints of this. I would get one for each of my daughters. Great way to teach them the Elements and the Periodic Table. Sooooo much better than the dry boring ones out there now.

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  28. Hi - I just saw this poster via facebook. I f*ing love science share. Have you come up with a place where it can be ordered? I am positive you'd sell a lot (one or two to me!).

    Thanks!

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  29. Well done! I would love a poster version of this. Best of luck getting that set up!

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  30. I would totally buy one of these for my classroom! Excellent!

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  31. Yup...poster, please...great design...would love to have it on my classroom wall

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  32. This highlighted today on facebook https://www.facebook.com/IFeakingLoveScience

    Any closer to a print version, or a high quality version we can purchase and print out ourselves on A4 ?

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  33. If you printed this as a poster, I would find a way to buy one. :D

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  34. Wow, this one is amazing! Need it in my dormitory - I often cannot remember the periodic table though I need it ;)

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  35. can i order a poster. really. I want to order a poster.

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  36. Agree with the comments - we would buy as large a copy as possible for our schools labs.

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  37. Love it! I'll keep an eye out for your printed products. TShirts?

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  38. Yes, here it is 2014, and I found this. Simply ingenious!! Where can I get one?! I'd f.r.a.m.e. it and put it on the wall in my dental clinic...

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