Celebrate Pi Day at Supahcute Science Fair

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Pi Day is celebrated on March 14 (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. Celebrate Pi Day at Supahcute Science Fair where you can find this Nikola TeslaCake print, a cute tribute to engineer, physicist, and inventor Nikola Tesla. Also available as unframed prints. Each one has a fun fact about Nikola Tesla handwritten on the back!

Laboratory Glassware Chart

Everyone who attended the opening of Supahcute Science Fair was drawn to this Laboratory Glassware Chart. Michael Fleming created a limited edition of 5, so don’t miss out!

Lyla Warren Supahcute Science Fair

Lyla Warren’s Space Oddity: A Tribute to Chris Hadfield is an amazing mix of infographic and sculpture. Visit Lyla’s website to read more about her piece and see it in person at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland!

Supahcute Science Fair is on view at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland through April 27, 2014. You can also view and purchase artwork online!

Author: Supahcute

Art Blogger • Curator at Leanna Lin's Wonderland