Chemistry art – evil bug monster with love potion

Chemistry art is something I am inclined to create as chemistry is a long term love of mine. So I make an image on the topic from time to time. This time it is a vector illustration of one of my hairy evil bugs with the natural grin on its face. The monster is holding a flask with a bubbling potion, bubbles shaped as hearts. And this character is slapped on a vibrant red background because, you see, it is a love potion and this colors suits it well. Added art prints to Redbubble and Society6:

Chemistry art featuring a vector illustration of an evil bug holding a love potion
Evil bug with love potion art print at Redbubble

Chemistry art products with this evil creature at my Society6 store:

Lastly, check out my Zazzle collection with this geeky character plus some tees with this cool design at Design By Humans and Teepublic.

What I did today – September 2nd 2016

  1. Created pattern of the evil bug chemist with a love potion.

    Evil bug with love potion pattern
    Evil bug with love potion pattern
  2. Added products with the pattern to my existing design at Redbubble, clothing (dresses, tank tops) and a pouch.

    studio pouch
    studio pouch with a pattern of the evil bug chemist
  3. Added products with my happy sea creature pattern to Live Heroes.

    fitted waist sweater with cute sea creature pattern
    fitted waist sweater with the sea creature pattern
  4. Added the first iPhone 7 cases with my designs to Zazzle – they’ve just made available for pre-order the transparent cases. Check out one of them with my love cats:

    Love cats iPhone 7 case in pink
    Love cats iPhone 7 case in pink
  5. Added art prints and products with the purple ant to Redbubble.
  6. Added my first print to Curioos – the evil bug chemist again.

Geek Love Potion

This geek love potion emerged when we doodled with my oldest daughter some time ago. It’s a clean cartoon illustration of a glass flask filled with red bubbling liquid. Heart shaped bubbles flow cheerfully out of the flask. It’s a somehow geeky design related to my love for science, especially chemistry. (I’m a pharmacist by primary education. And I love all kinds of nerdy stuff, too.) Continue reading Geek Love Potion