February 04, 2006

Scientific illustration in Photoshop

Keeping the science theme going, I’ve gathered some examples of Photoshop’s use in scientific illustration:

By the way, on the subject of scientific illustration, I recently discovered Albertus Seba’s Cabinet of Natural Curiosities, an amazing collection of 18th-century illustrations of animals, plants and insects. And if that’s up your alley, see also Dream Anatomy, a collection of antique anatomical renderings drawn from the National Library of Medicine. [Via] Or for a more modern spin, see the adorable (?) squirting stomachs of I Heart Guts [Via].
[PS--6 minutes after I posted this, a copy of Cabinet of Natural Curiosities showed up at my door. Score!]

Posted by John Nack at 12:12 PM on February 04, 2006

Comments

  • Monika Gause — 3:55 PM on February 04, 2006

    Recently this anatomy book has been famous in Germany for its use of digital illustration: Anatomie Atlas (http://www.thieme.de/specials/prometheus). The site also features the artists.
    Regards,
    Monika
    [Cool--thanks for the link, Monika. --J.]

  • Stomach — 8:18 AM on February 13, 2006

    Thanks for linking to us! Just for the record, the guts were drawn in Illustrator, not Photoshop. Go vector!

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