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DNA art prints are here! October 2015

By |October 2nd, 2015|Syndicated Content|

We now offer custom art prints (without the watermark!) on a matte finish Epson cold press heavy art paper in various standard-frame print sizes. Each month we will offer 5 new art pieces by DNA. You can go to our Custom Art Prints page on our web site, click on any (or all) of the five images you like, and choose your preferred print size below the image detail and add to cart. Payment is handled through Paypal. We will email you when the prints are shipped. A quick [...]

Anatomy of Sports Day 2015

By |August 25th, 2015|Syndicated Content|

Group picture Anatomy of Sports Day 2015 Anatomy of Sports Day at the National Museum of Health and Medicine 2015. Group picture of all the participating athletes, illustrators and physical therapists. It's really not often that you get a request for volunteer medical illustrators. I mean it is rare. So when I got the call for this years Anatomy of Sports Day - I was absolutely on board. This is a great yearly event attended by local area kids and parents. And I get to spend a day in one [...]

The Blood and Guts of medical Illustration

By |August 20th, 2015|Syndicated Content|

DNA Illustrations is starting a newsletter/news blog in 2015 to keep clients we have done business with up to date with our projects, past and present. Alex and I have had a busy year so far and we hope your year is moving along as well. Thank you for letting us share some of our past projects and letting you know what we are working on now. We will share our updates two to three times a year as new and ex [...]

The Blood and Guts of medical Illustration

By |August 20th, 2015|Syndicated Content|

DNA Illustrations is starting a newsletter/news blog in 2015 to keep clients we have done business with up to date with our projects, past and present. Alex and I have had a busy year so far and we hope your year is moving along as well. Thank you for letting us share some of our past projects and letting you know what we are working on now. We will share our updates two to three times a year as new and exciting projects and events happen. Completed: The following highlights some of our complet [...]

Anatomy of Sports Day 2013

By |August 17th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

Group picture of the participants in Anatomy of Sports day 2013. Medical illustrators, athletes and physical therapists. Athletes, physical therapists and medical illustrators at the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Silver Spring outside of Washington, DC. Planning out and sketching muscles on lower leg. Athlete for running couldn't make it last minute so we had a gracious volunteer jump in to fill the void. We are highlighting the muscles involved in running so that [...]

MEDinART

By |April 21st, 2013|Syndicated Content|

MEDinART is a site created and Directed by Vaisa Hatzi, PhD as an initiative of TEDMEDLive in Athens. The main goal of MEDinART is to highlight biomedical issues through different forms of art, connect med-inspired artists, educate the general public and trigger biomedical scientists to communicate scientific issues using inspiring and innovative ways.A video created from the work of medical inspire [...]

MEDinART

By |April 21st, 2013|Syndicated Content|

MEDinART is a site created and Directed by Vaisa Hatzi, PhD as an initiative of TEDMEDLive in Athens. The main goal of MEDinART is to highlight biomedical issues through different forms of art, connect med-inspired artists, educate the general public and trigger biomedical scientists to communicate scientific issues using inspiring and innovative ways.A video created from the work of medical inspired artists (myself included) was used to open the TEDMED conference in Athens. I'm a big TED fan so [...]

Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy

By |March 9th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy: Merging contemporary art with the works of Pauline Lariviere. This exhibit was organized by a small group of esteemed Chicago-based artists and entrepreneurs interested in medical art, and guest-curated by the ever fabulous Vanessa Ruiz of Street Anatomy. [...]

Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy

By |March 9th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy: Merging contemporary art with the works of Pauline Lariviere. This exhibit was organized by a small group of esteemed Chicago-based artists and entrepreneurs interested in medical art, and guest-curated by the ever fabulous Vanessa Ruiz of Street Anatomy."The exhibition is an homage to Pauline Lariviere (1906–1988), a French-Canadian artist whose fame came from her extensive work in medical and anatomical illustration. Lariviere had a very di [...]