If you love both science and art, Twitter was a wonderful place to be last March.
#SciArt week, which officially ran from March 1st through the 7th, was initiated by
scientific illustrations, paintings, sculptures and animations, that the Internet had never seen before. Their original goal was to get a total of 1600 #SciArt tweets a day but within the first 24 hours they managed to reach 4000 tweets of scientific illustrations and paintings and other artworks.
SciArt is a great way of representing science using art and photography. It also shows how beautiful science can be and encourage the love of science through art.
Although #SciArt is overloaded with biology related artworks it needs more chemistry artworks. This could be due to the lack of popularity of the hash-tag and its intentions, even though its popularity is growing little by little every day.
Come back tomorrow to see my favourite #SciArt submissions.
Click here to read my introductory post about SciArt!
Tweet 3 pieces of #SciArt per day, Until March 7. Retweet 5 more. Hashtag #SciArt . http://t.co/c1ayRoZK3X pic.twitter.com/WVcW4Wzqp9— Symbiartic SciArt (@Symbiartic) March 7, 2015