Neuroscience Dress - Trippy Retina Print




This one is truly a conversation starter and even educational! The print on this dress is based on the art of the incredible science artist Ferruccio Tartuferi who drew what he saw through the microscope in 1887. In his diagram the horizontal and amacrine cells are clearly represented, as are the rods, cones and bipolar cells. This print is what eye neurons looks like at a cellular level, so cool! 

I redesigned the print myself. And what more fun color to make it than hot pink!  You won't find anything like this out there, it's totally unique. It is inspired by a custom design I did for a hottie neuroscientist check her out here!

Featured on Neurocience blog: Cosmic Glaze!


Printed and Handmade in Berkeley, California.

The length is just below the knee. The fabric is a very slinky silky smooth lycra.
Very comfortable and easy-wear, perfect for summer. Folds up very small for travel and tends not to wrinkle.


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