chemistry soapby Kristen & Geoff Zephyrus
- the story
Featuring smart layered designs, these organic glycerin soaps promote good hygiene and everyday scientific discoveries. Choose from a bar of early 1900s sketches of jellyfish drawn by Ernst Haeckel, or a bar diagramming the chemical processes of soap. Makers Kristen and Geoff Zephyrus use their graphic design expertise to create clever and eco-friendly products that are brimming with sudsy smarts. Made in New Jersey.
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- Item ID
- 2.3" L x 3.5" W x 1.2" H
- Sold individually
- the maker
Kristen & Geoff Zephyrus
Geoff Zephyrus trained at MassArt in graphic design and glass, and after spending time working on a web startup, he moved to NYC to get married and work full-time. He now spends his days coming up with new ways to make science look cool.
Kristen Zephyrus got her degree from NYU in digital media before spending more than a decade working in post-production as a video editor. She spent an additional 2.5 years studying science and math at Santa Monica College just for fun, prior to taking a year to backpack around the world with her camera. She now gets to use all her college classwork combined with her experience in the image-based world to bring products to life.
Kristen and Geoff work together to create scientifically accurate products; smart gifts for smart people. The hope is that in addition to being earth-friendly, these products help people look more closely at the world, seeing the science of the everyday.
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36votes, 3 comments
Getting clean isn't really a science, but these soaps help make it an educational experience. Do they have your vote?
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mice idea and very cool for we science folks...
Doesn't interest me.