Trend – Iridescence Part 2
Fashion

Trend – Iridescence Part 2

聽In continuation to our Iridescence article HERE, One other small trend coming back around lately is what we call “oil spill” iridescence. It has also been nicknamed ‘petrol’聽and in nail polishes it is sometimes called ‘oil slick’. Example   All images found on pinterest.com Hover over the image to see the designer’s name. 聽 Continue reading

Trend – Iridescence Part 1
Fashion / Science

Trend – Iridescence Part 1

ir路i路des路cent /藢瑟r瑟藞d蓻s蓹nt/ [ir-i-des-uhnt] adjective 1. displaying a play of lustrous colors like those of the rainbow. We aren’t going to bore you with the description of how iridescence works…we mostly want to inform those in the fashion community that there is a slight difference between iridescence and holograms. Iridescent items tend to be in more … Continue reading

Hologram//Part 1
Fashion / Science

Hologram//Part 1

hol路o路gram /藞h蓲l蓹藢gr忙m, 藞ho蕣l蓹-/ [hol-uh-gram, hoh-luh-] noun Optics. a negative produced by exposing a high-resolution photographic plate, without camera or lens, near a subject illuminated by monochromatic, coherent radiation, as from a laser: when it is placed in a beam of coherent light a true three-dimensional image of the subject is formed. Now, if you really … Continue reading

Liquid Metal
Fashion / Science

Liquid Metal

聽Liquid metal by definition just really means that a metal has a low melting temperature. Like lead, mercury, and tin. Mercury for example is liquid at room temperature. Even though it is highly toxic, mercury is still a prominent fixture in barometers, thermometers (though being cycled out due to its toxicity), and fluorescent light bulbs. … Continue reading