Alex and I have had a busy year so far and we hope your year is moving along as well. Thank you for letting us share some of our past projects and letting you know what we are working on now. We will share our updates two to three times a year as new and exciting projects and events happen.
Below are examples of the desmosome, fungi, and Drosophila Fly icons.
-illustrations demonstrating different permeabilities through a bilipid layer for a physiology lab publication at Case Western Reserve University
-A 2nd edition printing of a 4 volume set on Orthopedic Surgical Techniques
-A patient education-focused 2D animation explaining in vitro fertilization for University College London (UK)
-Finishing up figures for a 5th edition printing of a widely recognized and used cellular immunology book
Show Overview: Bone & Blood: Structural Bodies in Motion is an exploration of anatomical framework and connectivity. The rigid yet flexible properties of bone provide structure while the continuous flow of blood supplies essential substances to sustain the body. These two sometimes seemingly opposing elements - the frame and the flow - form a dynamic relationship: with each step, breath, and heartbeat, the body, at its most basic, is a structure in constant motion.