Produced illustrations for Smithsonian Magazine depicting latest developments in bioengineered organs.
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Sidebar image: Detail of aortic valve grown from patient's own cells over a collagen scaffold. Developed at Rice University. Modeled and rendered in Modo.
Sidebar image: Head of femur grown in bioreactor by EpiBone. Modeled and rendered in Modo.
Sidebar image: 3D printed cranial plate developed by Performance Materials. Modeled and rendered in Modo.
Sidebar image: 3D printed titanium jaw covered in biocompatible ceramic. Modeled and rendered in Modo.
Process: Modeling of skeleton and organs in Modo.
Process: Final render of skeleton and organs out of Modo. Post-processed in Photoshop.
Process: Layout mockup. One of several variations offered to the client. Placeholder images and dummy type allow quick exploration of concepts.
Process: Early concept for style and image treatment.
I have a dual degree in painting and biology, which helps me provide science expertise to my clients. I often interview researchers for this type of project. In this case, I just had to research the literature and produced the illustrations and layout for the two page spread.
- Art Direction
- 3D Modeling & CAD
1 - 2 weeks
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