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SciArt on Google+

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A couple of years ago, when the massive and amazing all-in-one scienceblogging.org was launching, the organizers asked if I thought there were enough artists blogging about science-related artwork to make an RSS feed that would update a few times a day or week, that could collect science-based artists under one roof. I said sure, and [...]

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Return of the Science-Art Scumble

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Welcome to the Science-Art Scumble!  A collection of links showing the ever-evolving intersection of science and art, largely drawn from the Science Artists Feed. This marks Scumble #32. Featured Art   Artists who create with fractals are kinda nuts. I mean, it’s like Minecraft in a blender a lot of the time, and the people [...]

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Science-Art Scumble #31

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The Science-Art Scumble is a post full of links, and some stunning art. Click here for recent Scumbles and  here for even earlier Scumbles. Featured Art by Daniel Brown of Laughing Mantis Studio: Part of digital artist and cell biologist Daniel DeWitt Brown‘s Ocean Invasion series, when I saw Daniel post this stunner, I immediately asked if [...]

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Science-Art Scumble #30

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Jean Giraud (Moebius) 1938-2012 – Lines and Colors Ralph McQuarrie, 1929-2012 – Lines and Colors Calling all GNSI Illustrators – Britt Griswold, Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Why hire a professional illustrator? – News from the Studio of Emily Damstra Bringing Plants to the People – Carol Gracie, ArtPlantae Today Evolutionary Biology in Video Games? [...]

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Science-Art Scumble #29

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Scumble #29 featured images by graphic designer David Orr of Love in the Time of the Chasmosaurs: David Orr is a graphic designer and book cover artist who I had the privilege of sharing a session with at ScienceOnline2011, along with John Hawks. You can view the video of our art+science talk here. – Orogenic [...]

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Science-Art Scumble #28

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This week’s featured image: Prehistoric Ninja Turtles by Peter Bond. Fanart © under CCL-BY-ND-NC 2011 Prehistoric Mutant Ninja Turtles, Original Ninja Turtle licence © Nickelodeon Medium: Pencil and Digital colouring. About the image, Peter notes: Raphael = Proganochelys quenstedti – Late Triassic (210 myo) – Germany and Thailand – first full shell – 1m long [...]

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Science-Art Scumble #27

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Scumble #27′s featured image: Virginia Stephenson created this artwork about the Tiktaalik fossil and the origins of our own hands that dig it up. From her statement: “It begins with the Tiktaalik, the earliest fish in our fossil record that has wrist bones. When it was discovered by paleontologists, a connection was immediately made between [...]

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Science-Art Scumble #26

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This Scumble’s featured artwork takes on the Kraken controversy, by scientific illustrator Nobu Tamura. As long as I’ve been aware of Tamura’s paleontology illustrations and reconstructions, I’ve been amazed at his tremendous output. If a new species is there, he’s on it.  The Kraken image is cheeky fun, but not indicative of his usual work. [...]

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Science-Art Scumble #25

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Welcome to this week’s round-up of science-art links. Let’s start off with this week’s selected images! This week’s image is from artist Kaitlin Beckett, of the blog A Curious Bestiary.  Beckett recently re-posted her painting Katana Sharks and said, Several weeks ago I was asked by the folks at PangeaSeed if I would be interested in [...]

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Science-Art Scumble #24

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A double dose of science-art imagery in this week’s Scumble.  Both a little creepy.  It feels like fall here in Toronto which puts me in a mind of unusual and macabre imagery: Haven, an acrylic painting by horror and fantasy illustrator Russell Dickerson. Darkstorm Creative Blog – Find Russell’s work and excellent commentary on his [...]

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