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6635 N Baltimore ave #228
Portland, OR 97203

Science-inspired art by Sienna Morris, drawn entirely with numbers and equations by hand. Based in Portland, Oregon, Sienna is self taught in science and art, and uses her Numberism technique to process what she's learned, illustrating the data where it lives. 

She offers original work as well as fine art canvas and paper prints, and clothing of her work. 

Aquatic Hoodie

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Use coupon code PICKUP to pick up your order at our workshop in St John's, our booth at Portland Saturday Market, or at travelling shows. Find us in booth 902 every Saturday and Sunday at the Portland Saturday Market, March - Dec 24th. 

Aquatic Hoodie

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Aquatic Hoodie

from 50.00

Your friends will be jelly when you cozy up in this nerdy aquatic hoodie. We have screenprinted our Seahorse on the front and Jellyfish on the back. Both were originally drawn entirely with numbers and equations. Hoodie comes with a description of the science and data used to create the image.  

Hoodie: 6.5 oz  Bella Canvas zip up Unisex Hoodie.  52% Cotton 48% Polyester. This hoodie is really soft and fuzzy on the inside.

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The Jellyfish was drawn entirely with a chemical formula for Luciferin, which makes this species of jellyfish glow. This is the Pelagia Noctiluca, or Deep Sea Night Light. 

The Seahorse is  is meant to remind us to be mindful of our impact on the planet, as they are endangered. The seagrass, which is part of their natural habitat, is drawn with the square miles of seagrass destroyed in the previous decade. At the time Sienna drew the original this was 12,000 square miles. The number has since grown. The Seahorse is drawn with the numbers of the clock, 1 - 12, to show time passing.