Wonderful sciencey t-shirts

i-9dc84d4d9156dccb30d5f62466b4219a-swblocks.jpgI justed wanted to give a shout-out to my friends at YellowIbis.com, a science t-shirt shop. They specialize in wonderful shirts featuring all sorts of molecules (pick your favorite, they'll make it), sciencey one-liners, and "science varsity" shirts. Minnow and I were recently outfitted with some of their shirts and we debuted them at the zoo blogger meet-up.

I have coveted one of Yellow Ibis's shirts ever since I first heard about them. I love, love, love their "this is what a scientist looks like" t-shirt, and now I own it. Pictures of the shirt, and Minnow's adorable shirts below the fold.

this is what a scientist looks like

Minnow got two shirts. The first-one is a custom job: "Geology Class of 2029"
Minnow contemplates the rocks at the NC Zoo

She's got a little ways to go before growing into the second shirt*:
yellow ibis shirts for Minnow

But that's OK because:
science is my future

So indulge your inner geek and get some cool tees from Yellow Ibis.

*Dipping dots stains from the zoo. Washed right out.

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Hey, many thanks for the shout-out! I've been reading your blog since long before the SB days, it was nice to be able to give back.

Minnow is adorable :) Glad it all fits!

Cute t-shirts! And even cuter Minnow :)

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