Alien Periodic Table

    periodic table

  • (chemistry) a tabular arrangement of the chemical elements according to atomic number as based on the periodic law
  • Helium is placed next to hydrogen instead of on top of neon because it is part of the s2 group. In addition to the blocks listed in this table, there is a hypothetical g-block which is not pictured here. g-block elements can be seen in the expanded extended periodic table.
  • The names for chemical elements in East Asian languages, along with those for some chemical compounds (mostly organic), are among the newest words to enter the local vocabularies.
  • A table of the chemical elements arranged in order of atomic number, usually in rows, so that elements with similar atomic structure (and hence similar chemical properties) appear in vertical columns

    alien

  • foreigner: a person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does not owe allegiance to your country
  • Belonging to a foreign country or nation
  • Unfamiliar and disturbing or distasteful
  • transfer property or ownership; “The will aliened the property to the heirs”
  • Relating to or denoting beings supposedly from other worlds; extraterrestrial
  • not contained in or deriving from the essential nature of something; “an economic theory alien to the spirit of capitalism”; “the mysticism so foreign to the French mind and temper”; “jealousy is foreign to her nature”

alien periodic table

alien periodic table – Aliens

Aliens
Aliens
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CityVarstiy Alien

CityVarstiy Alien
This is a campaign we did for CityVarsity. The whole premise is “Like school, but cooler” and what we’ve done is taken high school imagery (as that is what their target market sees day in day out) and given it an exciting film and media twist, as this is CityVarsity’s vibe. The ads ran in relevant magazines for school kids wondering what to do after school.
We also did a poster campaign, which ran in schools, where we took well known school posters (periodic table and solar diagram) and again gave it a CityVarsity twist.

Creative directors: Alexis Beckett, Ivan Johnson, Mike Schalit
Art Directors: Ryan Barkhuizen, Alexis Beckett
Copywriters: Mike Pearson
Illustrator: Lance Daniels
Photographer: Bryan Traylor
Producer: Johan La Grange

CityVarstiy Terminator

CityVarstiy Terminator
This is a campaign we did for CityVarsity. The whole premise is “Like school, but cooler” and what we’ve done is taken high school imagery (as that is what their target market sees day in day out) and given it an exciting film and media twist, as this is CityVarsity’s vibe. The ads ran in relevant magazines for school kids wondering what to do after school.
We also did a poster campaign, which ran in schools, where we took well known school posters (periodic table and solar diagram) and again gave it a CityVarsity twist.

Creative directors: Alexis Beckett, Ivan Johnson, Mike Schalit
Art Directors: Ryan Barkhuizen, Alexis Beckett
Copywriters: Mike Pearson
Illustrator: Lance Daniels
Photographer: Bryan Traylor
Producer: Johan La Grange

alien periodic table

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