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Science as Art and Art Based on Science

Alyson Swimm
Poster Citrus - Cavallini & Co - Vintage Schoolplaat Bedroom Wall Collage, Photo Wall Collage, Picture Wall, Collage Art, Vintage Botanical Prints, Botanical Drawings, Botanical Art, Vintage Prints, Botanical Posters

Cavallini & Co. Citrus Chart Decorative Wrap

Cavallini Decorative Wrap- Citrus Chart Lemons, limes, oranges, and tangerines are among the citrus fruits featured on Cavallini's Citrus Chart Decorative Wrap. You don't have to be a gardener to appreciate the beauty in these vintage botanical images. Who wouldn't love to see colorful, ripe fruit images year-round? This wrap features reproductions of vintage images of fruits and resembles an instructional chart, complete with scientific names and detail images. Printed on Cavallini's…

Material Mavens: Barbaras Cell Under the Microscope this could be done with Home Deco Barbaras Cell material Mavens Microscope textile art Quilt Modernen, Science Art, Embroidery Art, Embroidery Stitches, Fabric Art, Fabric Painting, Art Lessons, Fiber Art, Needlework

Barbara's Cell - Under the Microscope

Under the Microscope began with a Google image search of the word Cell. There were soooo many images of human, animal, plant and I can't remember what else! I used my memory to create these not so real cells. I began cutting batting shapes for each cell followed by playing with fabrics that reminded me of the cell images. All the fabrics are raw edge (no fusible) and stitched by hand with # 8 perle cotton through the batting circle shape only. I had help from my husband and daughter to…

Illustrator Katie Scott returns to the Welcome to the Museum series with exquisite, detailed images of some of the most fascinating living organisms on this planet - fungi. From the fungi we see on supermarket shelves to fungi like penicillium that have s Botanical Drawings, Botanical Prints, Abstract Illustration, Vintage Botanical Illustration, Science Illustration, Illustration Flower, Medical Illustration, Fantasy Illustration, Collage Des Photos

Katie Scott turns science into fantasy with her modern take on anatomical illustration

Continuing the work of a long tradition of anatomical artists, Katie Scott is something of a craftsman. She’s worked with numerous medical journals and institutions and published three encyclopaedic books, Story of Life: Evolution, Botanicum and Animalium, the latter of which was awarded Children’s Book of the Year by the Sunday Times.

 Tips For Treating The Symptoms Of Your Arthritis. Arthritis is a very common condition many people have to deal with. Arthritis can begin with minute discomforts, but gradually grow into chronic pain that Fibromyalgia Pain, Chronic Pain, Endometriosis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic Illness, Mental Illness, Inflammatory Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Brain Diseases

Looking for Creativity in Brains Will Take More Creativity

A lot of the questions that can be answered simply with fMRI data have, by virtue of being simple, already been answered.

neuromorphogenesis: “ Giant Artwork Reflects The Gorgeous Complexity of The Human Brain The new work at The Franklin Institute may be the most complex and detailed artistic depiction of the brain ever. Your brain has approximately 86 billion. Pseudo Science, Science Art, Life Science, Human Brain Mapping, Greg Dunn, Franklin Institute, Visual Cortex, Brain Art, Museum

Giant Artwork Reflects The Gorgeous Complexity of The Human Brain

The new work at The Franklin Institute may be the most complex and detailed artistic depiction of the brain ever.

Stem anatomy. “Anatomie de la tige,” Bibliothèque Numérique de l’Université d’Artois, France. Science Geek, Science Art, Illustration Inspiration, Natural Form Art, Microscopic Photography, Bio Art, Nature Drawing, Painting Process, Patterns In Nature


Stem anatomy. “Anatomie de la tige,” Bibliothèque Numérique de l’Université d’Artois, France.

  High School Science, Science Student, Biology Art, Fun Math Activities, Watercolor Plants, Nature Drawing, Art Base, Natural History, Vintage World Maps

Anatomie de la feuille · Bibliothèque Numérique de l'Université d'Artois

Bibliothèque Numérique de l'Université d'Artois

The First Forms of Life on Mars – These 5 Micro-Organisms Are Ready to Leave Earth – Voice Of People Today Carl Sagan, Map Quilt, Micro Photography, Microscopic Images, Recent Discoveries, Life On Mars, Animal Jewelry, Science And Nature, Nature Photos


Cyanobacteria is a phylum of bacteria that obtain their energy through photosynthesis. The name “cyanobacteria” comes from the color of the bacteria (Greek: κυανός (kyanós) = blue). The…

Neuroscience And Art Intertwine In This Brain-Bending Illustration Medical Illustration, Illustration Sketches, Digital Illustration, Art Sketches, Bio Arte, Brain Book, Ap Psychology, Science Geek, Chiaroscuro

Matteo Farinella: Photo

Neuroscientist and cartoonist/illustrator. Posting my drawings and my sources of inspiration. See more of my work at

fyeahanatomy: “ Persian Anatomical Study From Corbis Images. (Via: Morbid anatomy) ” Anatomy Art, Human Anatomy, Vanitas, Pseudo Science, Vintage Medical, Medical History, Medical Art, Natural History, Illustration Art

years ago in the deserts of turkistan

Anatomical painting probably used for teaching...

Photo courtesy of Aspex Gallery, by Megan Humphries and Vera Hadzhiyska Photography Biology Art, Art Beat, Brain Tumor, Nerd Love, Blood Cells, Arts And Entertainment, Science Art, Art Reference, Watercolor Art

For this scientist, brain tumors are an artistic inspiration

An artist-in-residence at a brain tumor research center visualizes the often-unseen issue in ink, paint and text.

Peziza convexula - Het Geheugen van Nederland Scientific Drawing, Art Base, Botanical Illustration, Natural History, New Art, Comic Art, Weird, Graphic Design, Abstract

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