Hi! We’re the original designers of the printable periodic tables and science graphics you see on the internet. Visit chemistry.about.com or sciencenotes.org to print free periodic tables and learn about science. Get the highest quality images, straight from the source!

Todd Helmenstine makes the periodic tables and much of the graphic art. Anne Helmenstine plays with fire and is responsible for the photography that you see. Anne makes molecules and fractals and sci-fi scenes.

We both have degrees in physics and math, so our art tends toward the geek/nerd side of life.

Got an idea for a work you’d like to see? Connect with us and let us know!

  • Joined: March 2016


A Big Thank You To All

So 2016 is drawing to a close and we wanted to take a moment to thank you and the fine folks at Redbubble for all the support and encouragement. We started posting periodic tables, fractals, and science graphics in the spring of this year. Your kind words and requests have been inspirational, fostering new ideas and improving our skills. It’s been a great year! / Wishing you happy holidays …
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New Periodic Table Element Symbols

One of the most popular free printables from sciencenotes.org is the set of periodic table element symbols. People say they like to print them to make words and signs and such. Well, those symbols were made years ago. It’s time to do better! The new set I’m in the process of uploading for Redbubble (takes a while to add 118 elements!) is bigger, brighter, and all-around better. Plus, …
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First Periodic Table To Reach 1000 Views

I just noticed the Periodic Table in Space is the first work to exceed 1000 views! Thanks so much for viewing my work! Remember, if you have any requests for periodic tables or other science graphics, please let me know.
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Making Molecules

I don’t know about you, but I want to see molecules in beautiful colors, not just ball-and-stick chemical structures! My weekend project is making 3D renders of assorted molecules. I’m starting with obvious choices, like water, caffeine, theobromine, and nicotine. Let me know if you have a favorite molecule you’d like to see.
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