First things first — What are the Genius Series prints?
The Genius Series includes limited edition cloth diaper prints that have been inspired by well-known geniuses throughout history. From technicians to movie stars, each featured “genius” has made a mark on the world through their inspirational talents.
Albert was inspired after Albert Einstein, a world renowned physicist who was widely regarded as one of the most influential scientists of all time. It features a black and white design that resembles a chalkboard filled with some of Albert’s famous sketches and equations.
Lovelace was shaped after the earliest computer programmer, Ada Lovelace. This print features a white diaper with a whimsical, colorful pattern that is carried throughout.
Irwin is a camouflage-style print that features a variety of wildlife, including elephants, alligators and bears, in shades of Ribbit and Mirror with dark green and purple accents. Steve Irwin, aka “The Crocodile Hunter,” was the driving force behind this.
Maathai (pronounced MATH-eye) is a floral design that with deep orange, Sassy, White and Mirror flowers on a Blossom background. Small ladybugs are also adorned on this botanical print that was developed after Kenyan botanist and environmental activist, Wangari Muta Maathai.
Jules was made after the French novelist, playwright and poet, Jules Verne, who is most known for the novel, “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.” It includes a nautical design featuring anchors, fishes, and Krackens on a mirror diaper with white and Sassy touches.
Carroll pays homage to the English writer, Lewis Carroll, who is known for the story “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” This deep red diaper includes white and pink characters and notable elements from the tale such as the Rabbit, key, tea cup, playing card and watch.
Audrey was sparked by one of the most heralded style icons, Audrey Hepburn. It has a black and white design with Blossom sunglasses and the word “stylish” repeated over the diaper.
Chaplin was created after one of the most pivotal actors during the silent-film era, Charlie Chaplin. It is decorated with a few of Chaplin’s most famous staples – top and bowler hats – and includes the word “dapper” over an impeccable mix of black and white with Clementine accents.
Spence is inspired by underwater archaeologist, Dr. E. Lee Spence. This print embodies a deep sea adventure, and is decked with treasure maps, parrots and pirates. Spence also features Moonbeam, Sassy and Clementine accents.
Marie was developed after oceanographic cartographer, Marie Tharpe. Mermaids, seahorses, and other deep sea creatures decorate this print with splashes of Mirror, Clementine, Zinnia and Dazzle.
Forged after a true wildlife explorer, Martin Johnson, Martin exhibits adventure, risk, courage and strength. Capturing the bold yet majestic characteristics of a tiger, this eye-popping print includes a striking mix of black, white and Mirror.
Harper, an Abby’s Lane exclusive, was designed in honor of Harper Lee, the 1961 Pulitzer Prize winner and author of To Kill a Mockingbird. It features some of Mother Nature’s favorite characters and colors: birds and flowers paired next to Hummingbird, Moonbeam and Armadillo.
Get ready for any adventure with Osa. This bold, distinct print features a timeless combination of black and white with a modern floral design. Osa was formed after famous explorer Osa Johnson, who was married to Martin Johnson, another genius featured in Genius Series.
Jazz up your stash with Louis! Named after famous jazz musician and singer, Louis Armstrong, this charismatic print highlights a perfect harmony of instruments and music notes with a pop of Mirror, Clementine and Sassy.
Alicia is a cloth diaper kaleidoscope. Bold, vibrant and beautiful, this symmetrical pattern is formed from familiar hues like Countess, Dazzle, Moonbeam, Twilight and Butternut! Alicia Boole Stott, better known as “The Princess of Polytopia,” was a British mathematician who not only introduced the meaning of the word “polytope,” but was one of the first to explore the fourth dimension.
Patch features a monochromatic color scheme, filled with different shades of Dazzle, Patch resembles a monarch’s wings through a kaleidoscopic design. It’s influenced by the work of American Entomologist, Edith Patch.
Take a stroll through the Amazon with our newest Genius Series print, Chico! This adventurous print roars with rich greens, lush, oversized palm leaves and exotic animals. Conveying nature and the wild, this safari-inspired print is named after Brazilian environmentalist, Chico Mendes.
Siepinski is geometric pattern is fresh, fun and far from obtuse! Multi-color triangles in blues, greens, and reds act in congruence to help this print take shape. It was created after Waclaw Sierpinski, a Polish mathematician, known for his work on set theory, number theory and the theory of functions and topology.