No matter how "fun" my high school math teacher, Mr. Collins, tried to make math, I hated geometry class and I mainly used my trusty TI-83 scientific calculator to pass notes and play hangman. But as an older, wiser, more stylish version of my high school self, I now appreciate and-- dare I say-- love geometry. Not doing geometry, mind you, but looking at the clean lines and balanced symmetry of geometric shapes.
These handmade accessories look sharp and their eco-friendliness makes Mamma Nature proud. And, just like the Pythagorean Theorem, you'll always get the right angle no matter how you style these geometrically eco-friendly pieces.
Protect your personal items and personal style with bookhou's hemp canvas, water resistant triangle tote bags, and decorate your crib with Modern Textures' eco-friendly furniture, wall art, and home accessories hand crafted from mixture of upcycled maple, poplar, oak, cedar, and fence wood. Free your fingers with hand knitted fingerless gloves by Alex Malex Designs, and then take the Paperwolf challenge and make your own papercraft unicorn, deer, elephant or rhino. If circles are more your style, DesignSea'sgot just the thing for you.
Sorry, Mr. Collins, but leave it to artists to make math interesting.
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From top row, left to right:
1. Herringbone bangle bracelet by yuka
2. The Peaks wool pillow by threebadseeds
3. Papercraft unicorn by Paperwolf
4. Air plant holder by SNL Creations
5. Fingerless gloves by Alex Malex Designs
6. Lyra pyramid display box by ABJ Glassworks
7. Zip tote by bookhouathome
8. Chevron console table by Modern Textures
9. Wood and brass triangle necklace by Rebecca Gladstone