I’m in the process of reading the wonderfully witty book by Mary Roach called Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers. Anyone who has had the opportunity to experience an anatomy lab should read this book. She gives a brief history of human anatomy and its most important contributors in… Read More »Vesalius: Anatomist not Artist
Meet the man behind The Inner Life of a Cell. John Liebler, lead medical animator for XVIVO, a scientific animation company based out of Connecticut. He has a background in Graphic Design/Illustration from the University of Connecticut. Although he does not have formal training as a medical illustrator, he relies… Read More »Spotlight: John Liebler
To give you an appreciation of where the field of medical illustration is headed, let me share with you this amazing animation created by XVIVO, a scientific animation company. It’s been given a lot of attention because of the way it was animated to create a more fluid, representative feel… Read More »The Inner Life Of A Cell
When I am asked the question what are you going to graduate school for? I answer medical illustration. It’s not like saying something simple such as law, education, or art history that elicits the impressed ooo’s. No, I prepare myself for the blank stare immediately followed by what’s medical illustration?… Read More »Who are these Medical Illustrators?