This article is from the sci.fractals FAQ, by Michael C. Taylor and Jean-Pierre Louvet with numerous contributions by others.
One source is Art Matrix, P.O. box 880, Ithaca, New York,
Another source is Media Magic; they sell many fractal posters,
calendars, videos, software, t-shirts, ties, and a huge variety of
books on fractals, chaos, graphics, etc. Media Magic is at PO Box 598
Nicasio, CA 94946, 415-662-2426.
A third source is Ultimate Image; they sell fractal t- shirts,
posters, gift cards, and stickers. Ultimate Image is at PO Box 7464,
Nashua, NH 03060-7464.
Yet another source is Dave Kliman (516) 625-2504 firstname.lastname@example.org, whose
products are distributed through Spencer Gifts, Posterservice,
1-800-666-7654, and Scandecor International., this spring, through JC
Penny, featuring all-over fractal t-shirts, and has fractal umbrellas
available from Shaw Creations (800) 328-6090.
Cyber Fiber produces fractal silk scarves, t-shirts, and postcards.
Contact Robin Lowenthal, Cyber Fiber, 4820 Gallatin Way, San Diego, CA
Chaos MetaLink website
(http://www.industrialstreet.com/chaos/metalink.htm) also has
postcards, CDs, and videos.
Free fractal posters are available if you send a self-addressed
stamped envelope to the address given on
http://www.xmission.com/~legalize/gift.html. For foreign requests
(outside USA) include two IRCs (international reply coupons) to cover
ReFractal Design (http://www.refractal.com/) sells jewelry based on
Lifesmith Classic Fractals (http://www.lifesmith.com/) claims to be
the largest fractal art studio in USA. You can contact Jeff Berkowitz
There is a form of broccoli called Romanesco which is actually
cauli-brocs, cross between cauliflowers and broccoli. It has a fractal
like form. It was created in Italy about eight years ago and available
in many stores in Europe.