Nicolle Rager Fuller

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Adjusting Work Motivations – Freelancing as a New(ish) Parent Part 2

By |November 19th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

In my last post on balancing parenthood with freelancing I talked about maternity leave logistical realities. This week I want to talk a little bit more about the emotional side of things. After defining myself by my work for so … Continue reading

Maternity Leave – Freelancing as a New(ish) Parent

By |November 5th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

Since becoming a full-time freelance illustrator 6 years ago, I’ve had 2 beautiful children (the pterodactyls, because that’s what they sound like when they cry). That means 2 x 9 = 18 months of hormone-induced sleepiness, and over two years … Continue reading

Nanolipogel Art: Winner of AOI Illustration Awards 2013 Research & Knowledge

By |June 10th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

I’m pleased–and surprised and humbled–to announce that my artwork created for Dr. Tarek Fahmy’s laboratory and the National Science Foundation won in the Research & Knowledge category of the 2013 AOI illustration awards. From the AOI: Visual showcase for recently published … Continue reading

Science Art Gets Some Love: AOI Shortlisted Illustrations

By |May 31st, 2013|Syndicated Content|

Us science artists don’t get no respect… at least that’s what I thought until now. When I heard that the AOI (Association of Illustrators) added a Research & Knowledge category to their prestigious, international ‘Images’ competition, I was stoked to have … Continue reading

Cancer “Smart Bomb” Art Featured in The Huffington Post and The Mirror

By |July 17th, 2012|Syndicated Content|

It’s not everyday that science illustration gets picked up by publications as varied as the The Huffington Post and The Mirror. In this instance a story about a cancer “smart bomb” seems to have sparked some interest. It’s a funny thing, creating artwork … Continue reading

How It Works – Extinction, Ecosystems, & Traffic Jams

By |June 4th, 2012|Syndicated Content|

These new illustrations by Sayo-Art for How It Works Magazine demonstrate the ways graphics and text can be integrated to create features that are simultaneously compelling and educational. SayoStudios works hard to create illustrations custom fit to your layout and … Continue reading

Early Solar System Artwork in Science News Magazine

By |April 26th, 2012|Syndicated Content|

Check-out the cover art and opener for the “Born Gas Giants” article in Science News Magazine, describing recent developments in our understanding of the solar system. You can see more of the art up-close here: SayoStudio and read the Science … Continue reading