Johannes Kepler’s depiction of the motions of Mars between 1580 and 1596 - as they would have to be in a geocentric universe. The woodcut is from his Astronomia Nova (1609).
Available in three sizes.
Also available in other styles and shapes.
Purple babygro, printed in white.
Care: Machine wash cool. Tumble dry low. Do not iron text/images.
Capturing that excruciating moment when Mr Gove argued that if all schools improve their performance then they can all be above average. Genius! Strong cotton book bag with long handles. Measures 38 x 43cm.
The fashion for polyhedra-based geometrical art, that flourished briefly in mid-sixteenth century, involved goldsmiths, carpenters, engravers, stone-masons and printers, who playfully engaged with perspective studies of 3D mathematical figures. The various books that they produced were published at a time of enormous political and cultural...
Recreate the escape room experience in your own home! This kit contains everything you need to set up five intricate escape rooms and is written by an experienced escape room creator. Enter the world of The Wexell Escape Room Kit, but beware... you have a...
Seventy squares of chocolate. Take one away, and you're left with sixty-nine. Right? It sounds simple, but with this playful take on the classic mathematical illusion, nothing is that straightforward. In fact, if you position the pieces correctly, you can take away up to 3...