Below is one slide from "What is Scientific Illustration?" a powerpoint I use to introduce students to the field. Those employing science and nature can often use an illustration. Most these users are self-evident, but some can use further explanation: -Drug/pharmaceutical industry hires illustrators to explain their product on inserts and packaging. -Commercial products/Advertising-think botanical illustrations on packaging for teas, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. What abou
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What do you do with a free evening, chalk, and a group of scientific illustrators? Why, you quickly create a mural showcasing local specie. At the Guild of Natural Science Illustrator's conference this summer in Santa Cruz, CA, 180+ illustrators convened to exchange inspiration, knowledge and artwork. GNSI member and illustrator, Taina Litwak, dreamed up the murals (this is one of three), prepared the surface, supplied chalk and references, and let us go to town. SIDP student