Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Chalkboard Hoodie

Surround yourself with mathematical brilliance in our lush new super soft Chalkboard Hoodie. Made from premium quality soft-hand loose knit French terry, this hoodie has a tailored slim fit but drapes for a relaxed feel. With custom trim and details like equation buttons, logo zipper pulls, equation drawstring toggles and lightweight printed lining, this is guaranteed to become your favorite hoodie overnight.

What is Generative Art? A 7-Minute PBS Micro-Documentary

What is Generative Art? features an intriguing combination of programmers, artists, and philosophers, these creators embrace a process that delegates essential decisions to computers, data sets, or even random variables. This allows important metaphors to arise in their work, calling attention to the relationship between humans and the computers that surround us, the mountains of information we generate, and the powerful impact that technology has on our relationships with each other.

Introducing Woven Shirts

"Mathematics is the hidden architecture of the universe." This notion is poetically embodied with our very special limited-edition Chalkboard Woven shirt. Featuring chalkboard equation lining, custom equation buttons, hidden message, and a collectible hangtag. For the real Imaginarians out there, this tailored shirt  is a must-have item to augment your beautiful iF t-shirt collection.

Our brand new Continuum Woven shirt gets its distinctive color gradient through a unique hand-dye process, making each shirt a special one-of-a-kind item. Made of 100% cotton soft-hand poplin, with custom woven interior and exterior labels, buttons, and tone-on-tone logo screenprint, this limited-edition garment has subtle details that make it individual yet timeless.

Finding Joe

Rooted in deeply personal accounts and timeless stories, ‘Finding Joe’ shows how Joesph Campbell’s work is relevant and essential in today’s world and how it provides a narrative for how to live a fully realized life–or as Campbell would simply state, how to "follow your bliss."