Category Archives: Science

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Ryan Snook – Popular Science

Slowing the Speed of Medical Innovation Created for Popular Science.

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Ryan Snook – Popular Science

Slowing the Speed of Medical Innovation Created for Popular Science.

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Andrea Kalfas – Waldrapp Ibises for Nautilus

Illustration for Nautilus on the migration of Waldrapp ibises. This was for their 3rd issue, In Transit, though it was pulled from their online issue at the last minute. It’ll be appearing in a second print run of “In Transit” however,

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Andrea Kalfas – Waldrapp Ibises for Nautilus

Illustration for Nautilus on the migration of Waldrapp ibises. This was for their 3rd issue, In Transit, though it was pulled from their online issue at the last minute. It’ll be appearing in a second print run of “In Transit” however,

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Ryan Snook – Popular Science

No-Brainer For an article arguing for government funding of less popular science over highly funded work on the brain.

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Ryan Snook – Popular Science

No-Brainer For an article arguing for government funding of less popular science over highly funded work on the brain.

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PJ McQuade – My new book, Should This Octopus Have Fewer Legs? – Adams Media

Well, BIG NEWS!  My new book is officially out today, July18th.  It’s called Should This Octopus Have Fewer Legs? published by Adams Media. I worked on it last year for about 3 months and somehow managed to keep it all

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PJ McQuade – My new book, Should This Octopus Have Fewer Legs? – Adams Media

Well, BIG NEWS!  My new book is officially out today, July18th.  It’s called Should This Octopus Have Fewer Legs? published by Adams Media. I worked on it last year for about 3 months and somehow managed to keep it all

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Alex Fine – Washington Post

I was recently asked to illustrate the cover of the Sunday Business section.  The story is about the effect of solar flares on the electrical grid on Earth.  I was really excited when they proposed the idea of making it

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Alex Fine – Washington Post

I was recently asked to illustrate the cover of the Sunday Business section.  The story is about the effect of solar flares on the electrical grid on Earth.  I was really excited when they proposed the idea of making it

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Ryan Snook – Selected New Illustrations

Below is a selection of some of my recent illustrations… Full page and spots for Harvard Business Review for an article about creating the most desirable workplace. I loved working with a photo, it’s something I’ve done only a handful

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Ryan Snook – Selected New Illustrations

Below is a selection of some of my recent illustrations… Full page and spots for Harvard Business Review for an article about creating the most desirable workplace. I loved working with a photo, it’s something I’ve done only a handful

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Portland Monthly

This is a full pager in the May issue of Portland Monthly about a collaboration between two theater groups to bring Ursula Le Guin’s book “The Left Hand of Darkness” to the stage. Beyond the normal complications brought about from

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – Portland Monthly

This is a full pager in the May issue of Portland Monthly about a collaboration between two theater groups to bring Ursula Le Guin’s book “The Left Hand of Darkness” to the stage. Beyond the normal complications brought about from

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PJ McQuade – Ripley, Xenomorph & Jonesy – Dream Weaver Event for Geeks OUT!

Ripley, Xenomorph & Jonsey! Created for the Geeks OUT event “Dream Weaver” in NYC tomorrow night April 4th, honoring the one and only Sigourney Weaver. http://dreamweavernyc.com/ Also available as a limited (79) edition giclée print through my Etsy store.  Below

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PJ McQuade – Ripley, Xenomorph & Jonesy – Dream Weaver Event for Geeks OUT!

Ripley, Xenomorph & Jonsey! Created for the Geeks OUT event “Dream Weaver” in NYC tomorrow night April 4th, honoring the one and only Sigourney Weaver. http://dreamweavernyc.com/ Also available as a limited (79) edition giclée print through my Etsy store.  Below

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Keith Negley – NYT’s

Here is something new for the NYT’s Science/Health section. The story is broken into two parts and the resolution will be revealed next week so I don’t want to give away too much, but it’s about a 20 year old

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Keith Negley – NYT’s

Here is something new for the NYT’s Science/Health section. The story is broken into two parts and the resolution will be revealed next week so I don’t want to give away too much, but it’s about a 20 year old

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Ryan Snook – Popular Science

1/4 page illustration for an article about how engineers can help make the world a more peaceful place through shared water.

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Ryan Snook – Popular Science

1/4 page illustration for an article about how engineers can help make the world a more peaceful place through shared water.

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Ryan Snook – The Walrus

Contributors Series of spots for Paul Kim at The Walrus. I got to pick a theme and use it to roughly illustrate various sections and articles… Editor’s Note Letters Miscellany Various spots

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Ryan Snook – The Walrus

Contributors Series of spots for Paul Kim at The Walrus. I got to pick a theme and use it to roughly illustrate various sections and articles… Editor’s Note Letters Miscellany Various spots

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – New Work

I like to read news articles to get ideas for personal editorial work, and I came across a piece on potential bio-terror agents (such as anthrax and bird flu) and how easily accessible they are.   One of the points this

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Noah Patrick Pfarr – New Work

I like to read news articles to get ideas for personal editorial work, and I came across a piece on potential bio-terror agents (such as anthrax and bird flu) and how easily accessible they are.   One of the points this