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Jason Padgett Coffee Mug featuring the drawing Quantum Snowflake by Jason Padgett

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Quantum Snowflake Coffee Mug

$14.00

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Description

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Dimensions

11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Comments (12)

John Castell

Congratulations on your successful sale! john-castell.pixels.com

Jon Burch Photography

Congratulations on your new $ale

Petko Pemaro

Congratulations on your sale!

Kirill Volguin

Like someone mentioned in one of the other posts, you can cross your eyes, like you would do for cross-eyed 3D multimedia viewing, and combine two parts of the image into one whole, adding depth, three-dimensionality, or forming a completely new picture. You can do it with this image, because there are two symmetrical shapes on either side of the overall hexagon. I'm now applying this sort of image processing to all of your artworks after discovering it from that past comment. Some of them allow for it; others dont. Maybe some are doing something that I don't even realize is significant. Additionally, one can view the 3D-able images in multiple depths; by crossing your eyes more or less, your eyes can "settle down" on several different images in one picture. Thank you so much for making these artworks Jason, one day I'll be able to afford to hang one up in my house.

Bill Cannon

Congrats on your sale!!!

Ronald T Williams

Congrats on your sale!

Tim Allen

Excellent work as always, Jason. Congrats on your sale. f/v/fb

Clare Bambers

Congratulations on your sale!!

JISS JOSEPH

great work...congrats on your sale

Bill Cannon

Congratulations on your sale!!

ADIN KACHISI

cool fractal geometry

Coffee Mug Reviews (1879)

Average Rating (4.73 Stars):

Andrew Galliker

July 5th, 2020

Looks beautiful! Very happy with this mug.

Thomas Schroeder

July 4th, 2020

Nice

Rick Sanchez

July 4th, 2020

the colors are just as i expected, the size of the cup generous. san soo is what I trained in for over 10 years. a happy reminder of the work I put in and the friends I made.

Clark Wilcox

July 4th, 2020

Reproduction is slightly darker than the original so some detail is lost.

Clark Wilcox

July 4th, 2020

Reproduction slightly darker than the original so some detail is lost.

Michael Blackburn

July 4th, 2020

Excellent !!! Bought for my son who absolutely loves it !!!

Artist's Description

This is a naturally occuring ripple of water drawn at the quantum level, frozen in time. When things are colder they vibrate slowly. Since this is a ripple 'drawn', it is like seeing a ripple of water not vibrating, or vibrating very slowly. Looking at water not vibrating is the same as looking at frozen water. This is 'why' a snowflake takes the shape it does. This is where the shape of a snowflake comes from. The universe (with infinite quantum vibrations), makes each individual snowflake new and unique. A little wind here, a little dust there and uncertainty vibrations are what make each snowflake unique. If you could watch a ripple of water in extreme slow motion (say a billion frames a second), this is the shape you would see. Like all of Jason Padgett's fractals, the original was hand drawn using only a pencil, protractor, ruler and compass. He discovered the technique for hand drawing fractals and is currently the only person worldwide that can hand draw fractals of anything. To...

About Jason Padgett

Jason Padgett

Jason D. Padgett is a number theorist with Acquired Savant Syndrome from Anchorage Alaska, currently living in Tacoma Washington. He was a struggling futon salesman for decades until a traumatic event changed the path of his life forever and started his art and math career. He is now a professional speaker and publish Author in over 20 countries. TED Speaker in 2015 and TEDx Speaker in 2016. To book Jason to appear or Speak go to the link http://www.apbspeakers.com/speaker/jason-padgett His autobiography "Struck by Genius", co-authored with Maureen Seaberg is being adapted as a major motion picture by Sony and Channing Tatum. Link to movie announcement...

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$14.00