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Greetings from the Bag Chemistry Little Studio in the Woods.
http://BagChemistry.etsy.com

...About me.
By day, I am a mild mannered university lecturer, molding (some would say bending) young minds, and imparting words of wisdom about bits and bytes, and the beauty of recursion in computer science. By night, (and sometimes early in the morning) I transform into the (not so) well known superhero, Bag Chemistry Woman!

Join me and my loyal sidekicks here for an inside look at my designs and studio ~
http://www.facebook.com/BagChemistry
http://www.twitter.com/BagChemistry

...About my designs
I love travel, science, reading, technology, nature, art and design. I'm also a little geeky and goofy. I often combine these elements in ways that…

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  • Female
  • Born on August 6
  • Joined June 14, 2008

Favorite materials

felt, canvas, cotton, cryptids, fleece, thread, buttons, ephemera, fun

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BagChemistry
Cool Bags for Interesting People

About

Greetings from the Bag Chemistry Little Studio in the Woods.
http://BagChemistry.etsy.com

...About me.
By day, I am a mild mannered university lecturer, molding (some would say bending) young minds, and imparting words of wisdom about bits and bytes, and the beauty of recursion in computer science. By night, (and sometimes early in the morning) I transform into the (not so) well known superhero, Bag Chemistry Woman!

Join me and my loyal sidekicks here for an inside look at my designs and studio ~
http://www.facebook.com/BagChemistry
http://www.twitter.com/BagChemistry

...About my designs
I love travel, science, reading, technology, nature, art and design. I'm also a little geeky and goofy. I often combine these elements in ways that are interesting to me, like using text from a book to make a portrait of a character from that book. Or I will take a horror staple, like Cthulhu and Zombies, and make them into a cartoon. Sometimes I start a design from a pencil sketch and sometimes I will start it directly on the computer.

...About my process
I use durable heat transfers to adhere my designs to sturdy cotton canvas bags. These are not silk-screens, so the prints are full of color that is deep and saturated. The bags are washable, and the prints are water resistant. Keep them away from hot dryers, irons and don't let water sit on them.

...About everything else.
There's free art, interviews, tutorials and more on my website, http://www.BagChemistry.com.

Also, check out the matching tees, hoodies and totes in my print shop. http://www.skreened.com/BagChemistry

Mugs, pendants, and more here: http://www.cafepress.com/BagChemistry

More questions?
email me! Bits [!at] BagChemistry.com

:-)
Bits

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