The Ray Cat Solution
Cool shirts today, a 10,000 year-old warning for tomorrow.
Raycats by Abby and TylerT

Fascinated by the problem of designing warnings for people 10,000 years in the future, New Hampshire Institute of Art's Type 1 class has joined forces with Bricobio and The Raycat Solution to help insert Raycats into the cultural vocabulary.  While Bricobio works towards genetically altering cats so they change color when in the presence of radioactive material, the NHIA Type 1 class is working to insert the idea that if a cat changes color, that space might be dangerous to others.  Learn more at http://www.theraycatsolution.com/.  All sales from these shirts go to help fund this project, which is an intersection of research, education and art. This particular design is from Abby and Tyler, both sophomores in the New Hampshire Institute of Art's Design major.

$23
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Ray Cats by Melanie and Austin

Fascinated by the problem of designing warnings for people 10,000 years in the future, New Hampshire Institute of Art's Type 1 class has joined forces with Bricobio and The Raycat Solution to help insert Raycats into the cultural vocabulary.  While Bricobio works towards genetically altering cats so they change color when in the presence of radioactive material, the NHIA Type 1 class is working to insert the idea that if a cat changes color, that space might be dangerous to others.  Learn more at http://www.theraycatsolution.com/.  All sales from these shirts go to help fund this project, which is an intersection of research, education and art. This particular design is from Melanie and Austin, both sophomores in the New Hampshire Institute of Art's Design major.  Their professor was Amber Nicole Cannan of BioSci Creative.

$25
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Raycats by Ariana, Tyler B. and Zach

Fascinated by the problem of designing warnings for people 10,000 years in the future, New Hampshire Institute of Art's Type 1 class has joined forces with Bricobio and The Raycat Solution to help insert Raycats into the cultural vocabulary.  While Bricobio works towards genetically altering cats so they change color when in the presence of radioactive material, the NHIA Type 1 class is working to insert the idea that if a cat changes color, that space might be dangerous to others.  Learn more at http://www.theraycatsolution.com/.  All sales from these shirts go to help fund this project, which is an intersection of research, education and art. This particular design is from Ariana, Tyler B. and Zach, all sophomores in the New Hampshire Institute of Art's Design major.

$23
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