Retinal Neuron Pencil Skirt

The print on this dress is based on the art of the incredible science artist Ferruccio Tartuferi who drew what he saw through the microscope in 1887. In his diagram the horizontal and amacrine cells are clearly represented, as are the rods, cones and bipolar cells. This print is what eye neurons looks like at a cellular level.

Made-To-Order. Ships within 3-5 days from purchase.


• Smooth and elastic fabric
• Knee-length pencil skirt
• Elastic waistband for extra comfort
• Full Coverage High Quality Fabric 6.61 oz/yd² (224 g/m²)
• 82% polyester, 18% spandex with four-way stretch

Size Guide XS S M L XL
Waist (inches) 25 28 30 35 37
Hip (inches) 35 38 41 45 49
Skirt length (inches) 19 19 ¾ 21 22 ¼ 23 ⅜

Customer Reviews

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L.A.
Fantastic conversation piece

I am an instructor in cognitive psychology and wore this skirt to one of my recent lectures. I had multiple students and faculty compliment my skirt and most of them didn't even know what it was. So that tells you that this skirt looks fabulous even if you know nothing about neuroanatomy. Then when I explained to them that it was an image of the layers of the retina, they were all quite enthralled. And of course I absolutely love the way the skirt looks and fits. This is truly one of my favorite clothing items now.

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C.
very pleased

I am very pleased with this skirt. It fits me well and I look good in it. The design is also a good starting conversation with interested people unfamiliar with neurons.


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