We’re honoring Jane Austen, one of our favorite literary genius, in this week’s Truly Genius Tuesday! Jane Austen was bold… She wasn’t afraid to break the rules! Though her writing didn’t “take off” and gain popularity until after her death, she kept going, following her dream. Her perseverance and strength to push through the stereotypes of her time have made a difference for years to come. “To be fond of dancing was a certain step towards falling in love.” “My heart is and always will be yours.” “We are all fools in love.” “Till this moment, I never knew myself.” Jane Austen inspired
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Okay, okay! We realize Love is technically NOT part of the Genius Series… It does not say “I’m a genius” in the design like our other Genius Series diapers, but it does say “love my cloth diapers,” and what’s not genius about LOVE! When we started Truly Genius Tuesday, we said sometimes we’ll get to share a little more behind the scenes info about our cloth diaper prints, so that is what we’re going to share today. Mobber became Love We released Love on September 16, 2015, but the story of Love, its design and its name started a couple years
It’s Truly Genius Tuesday, and today we’re going under the sea with Marie. Marie Tharp was an American geologist and oceanographic cartographer who helped create the first and most famous scientific map of the entire ocean floor in 1977. Map-making ran in the family Marie was born in Michigan. Her mother was a German and Latin teacher, and her father worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture making soil classification maps. She received her bachelor’s degree in English and music and achieved two master’s degrees – one in geology and one in mathematics. Under the Sea with Marie Marie Tharp began
Dr. E. Lee Spence is a pioneer in marine archeology and is known for having a knack for adventure! This modern-day explorer is the inspiration for our Genius Series print “Spence” – released in August of 2014. In honor of this internationally known expert of shipwrecks and sunken treasures, our cloth diaper print depicts the hunt for unknown treasures! Pirates, compasses and treasure maps cover a landscape of Clementine, Sassy, and Moonbeam. Traveling the Globe A globetrotting enthusiast by nature, Dr. Spence has covered the globe with travels to exotic places in the Far East, Europe, Central and South America. He explored shipwrecks, castles,
Last Saturday was Earth Day, which U.S. Senator, Gaylord Nelson, founded on April 22, 1970. Earth Day was originally set up as an environmental teach-in hosted at many colleges, universities, primary and secondary schools, as well as hundreds of communities across the United States. More than 40 years later, Earth Day is still going strong, bringing millions of Americans together in peaceful demonstrations and celebrations in favor of environmental reform. Earth Day has many heroes and we think it truly celebrates the legacy of Chico Mendes. Growing up in the jungle Chico Mendes developed a love and respect for nature early in life.
The music of Mozart, melodies from a man who lived centuries ago, continues to sing to generations. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (his whole name is quite the mouth-full!) was born in Salzburg, Austria and baptized as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart. He was the youngest of seven children, five of which sadly died as babies. Music & Mozart Music was always a part of Mozart’s life. By the age of five, not only could he play the keyboard and violin, but composed music too! His work is the definition of the Classical era; he composed symphonies, concertos, operas, and is known to
Alicia Boole Stott, better known as “The Princess of Polytopia,” was a Irish-English mathematician who not only introduced the meaning of the word “polytope,” but was also one of the first to explore the fourth dimension. Alicia was an outside-the-box thinker who saw beauty from all angles. Math Ran in the Family It seems that this “mathematic-genius aptitude” ran in her blood. Her father, George Boole, was a mathematician, educator, philosopher, and logician. He even has a form of algebra named after him, Boolean algebra, which has played a major part in the development of digital electronics and programming languages.
Meet the genius behind our Genius Series print, Chaplin! Today is Truly Genius Tuesday, and we’re talking about a guy best known for silence, Charlie Chaplin! Charlie Chaplin was one of the most pivotal actors during the silent-film era and is considered one of Hollywood’s first superstars. Celebrated for his famous role in The Tramp, Charlie Chaplin was not only a talented actor, but is also considered to be one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of American cinema. He was countlessly recognized throughout his career. Not only was he was awarded with a special Academy Award from the Motion
There is something truly magical when a person discovers their life-long passion at a young age. In this week’s Truly Genius Tuesday, we are exploring the butterfly effect of Patch and her love of nature. Edith Marion Patch was born in Worcester, Massachusetts as the youngest of six children. Edith’s family moved to Minnesota when she was eight years old. Her family owned large prairie property which is where she discovered her love for nature. The Butterfly Effect of Patch The inspiration behind our Genius Series print came from the prize-winning essay on monarch butterflies Edith Patch wrote for an essay contest in high school. She used
It’s a jungle out there! We still have so many geniuses to explore for Truly Genius Tuesday! Sometimes it’s difficult to pick just one, but we’re in the mood for some adventure this week, so we decided to feature the explorer Martin Johnson. Martin Johnson was a photographer, a filmmaker, a naturalist, an author, but most of all — a voyager. From Africa to the South Pacific Islands, he embarked on various adventures with his wife by his side, researching and studying the wildlife and people of distant lands. Through photography, books and films, their findings captivated people all over the