"Buckminsterfullerene" Eco Tote Bag by DSS (r)Evolutionary Casey House
"c60" also known as Buckminsterfullerene, is an allotrope of carbon discovered in the late 20th century by Harold Kroto, Robert Curl, and Richard Smalley - who went on to win the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their findings. These carbon cages are also known as "Buckyballs" and take the form of truncated Icosahedrons with pentagonal and hexagonal faces. The endearing name of this universally prevalent substance was chosen by the discoverers as an homage to Bucky's studies in geodesics.
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// About the artist: Casey House
Graphic Designer, photographer, and musician, he has deep interest in ancient archeology and he has spent many years of his life documenting ancient sites in Peru, Mexico, Guatemala, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Sweden, Thailand, Cambodia, and Indonesia. When he is not travelling, most of his time is spent studying the work of Buckminster Fuller and creating educational materials about his Synergetic Geometry.
// About Design Science Studio:
The Design Science Studio is a decade-long anticipatory art and design-driven accelerator for (r)evolutionary creators. It focuses on inspiring and creating Planetary Solutions for a world that works for 100% of life. With a cluster of visionary mentors and using Buckminster Fuller’s Comprehensive Anticipatory Design Science principles, cohorts of 144 international creators build culture-shifting projects that promote solutions for a world where all beings thrive.