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Orange Spot Filefish

Oxymonacanthus longirostris

I love the little neon or “bio-luminescent” colors of these little guys! They are also masters of camouflage when they feel threatened.

*New fish art every Monday


An amazing Nature-inspired Illustrator

Katie Scott (@katiekatiescott) has a wonderful eye for nature. Few artists have successfully taken the reigns that Ernst Haeckel started in the 1800s. Not only does Katie pay attention to all things wonderful that comes from biology and nature, she is keen on color and design. 71 more words

Natural Science

Illustrating Birds & Their Many Variations

This is a gorgeous chart of all the Birds of North America. Each bird is designed with just enough color and shape to describe each individual bird species; a reasonable decision made by the artists of popchartlab.com that I completely agree with. 248 more words


My first post

What I love about this animation, besides it’s important message concerning coral reefs, is it’s visual interpretation of underwater sea-life. This animation has a unique sense of depth while using flat 2D elements (which leads me to believe that it is in fact made in 3D, but given flat shaders). 89 more words

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Connecting Art & Science for Kids - Scientific Illustration at Science Olympiad

Is it really July already?! This year has flown by. I was caught up in the usual whirlwind of work, school and family activities since January. 1,214 more words

Alstroemeria sp. (Lily of the Andes)

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