Advances in Cancer Research
Illustration, Digital Art, Drawing
Illustrations for the AACR Cancer Progress Report 2011.
- Advances in Cancer Research
A series of illustrations for the 2011 American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Cancer Progress Report.
- Accompanying the definitive report on cancer research and treatments are 14 large, full-color illustrations of the growth of cancer on the molecular level and treatments currently being worked on. Stunningly drawn and scientifically accurate, these works are designed to give the reader a clear visualization of the science behind the field of cancer research.
Nanotechnology, the manipulation of matter on a molecular and atomic scale, is being used by scientists for a variety of purposes, including preventative treatments for cancer.Digital Art, Illustration, Painting2012
An artists look at our solar system 3.8 billion years ago when the planets jostled with each other for position. Digitally painted.Digital Art, Drawing, Illustration2012
A selection of unique digital illustrations and artwork describing landscapes one could otherwise only imagine, created for various editorials in magazines and government agencies by Sayo-Art.Digital Art, Drawing, Illustration2011
Complex, theoretical astrophysics explained and made tangible through illustration.Illustration, Drawing, Digital Art2011
Digital illustrations of various cellular functions. Imaginatively rendered and strikingly drawn, these illustrations draw you into the cellular world and allow you to visualize E. coli or the protein creation process.Digital Art, Illustration, Drawing2011
Artistic depictions of chemistry processes.Drawing, Digital Art, Illustration2011
Bold, expressive line-work with a soft touch...not something you hear everyday to describe medical and technical artwork. Check out some examples of how technical accuracy and traditional drawing can merge to create fine art:Drawing, Illustration, Academia2011