Science & Medicine in Motion



By, Bill Graham

07/22/2016- Science & Medicine are two of the most essential studies in the world.  The problem is, many people don’t understand or have enough interest in the fields.

It can be hard to learn the ins and outs of certain scientific aspects, or medical procedures.  That is why Bill Graham creates 2D and CGI animation videos of science & medicine subjects.  In doing so, Graham attempts to bring the less interested into the realm of science through motion.

Motion videos are much more interactive, and can apply both visuals and audio to the learning process.

In a new collection of videos, Graham highlights a few scientific and medical ideas in an easy to learn way.

To point out some of the highlights of this collection, here’s a list with links provided: The Living Chromosome, Self Applicator for Insulin, and Rheumatoid Arthritis to name a few.

All of Graham’s videos can be seen on our website here: AAReps.com/BillGraham

Below are a few thumbnails from some of the videos.

Contact us at: info@aareps.com for more info or with any questions.

 

Science & Medicine, Animation, Motion, Video, PKU, PHE and Tyrosine v11

PKU: The Importance of PHE & Tyrosine v11

Science & Medicine, Self Administering Insulin Device, Insulin, Insulin Device, Animation, Motion, Video

Self Administering Insulin Device

Science & Medicine, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Motion, Video, Animation

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Icon Medical Renderings



Recently, illustrator Andrew Painter made a new collection of medical illustrations.  These icons are renderings of experiences in the field of medicine.

medical illustration

transverse lie pelvic inlet remains empty fetal hand my be palpable in the flank graphic line vector.jpg

medical illustration

simmonds test graphic line vector.jpg

First there are a series of fetuses at their various stages of development, second there’s a simmonds test graphic.  Along with that, there’s a few illustrations of feet, portraying the different issues such as plantar fasciitis and other foot ailments.

 

You can check out the rest of the collection below, and other art from Painter here: Andrew Painter’s Portfolio

 

fertilized egg on right uteral wall forming umbilical cord graphic line vector.jpg

fertilized egg on right uteral wall forming umbilical cord graphic line vector.jpg

abdominal medical trumpet graphic line vector.jpg

abdominal medical trumpet graphic line vector.jpg

apprehension test graphic line vector.jpg

apprehension test graphic line vector.jpg

blood sugar process cycle-pancreas-liver insulin release full color  vector.jpg

blood sugar process cycle-pancreas-liver insulin release full color vector.jpg

breech presentation of feotus graphic line vector.jpg

breech presentation of feotus graphic line vector.jpg

demonstration of how to use the adominal trump on pregnant woman graphic line vector.jpg

demonstration of how to use the adominal trump on pregnant woman graphic line vector.jpg

dichorionic diamniotic twins graphic line vector.jpg

dichorionic diamniotic twins graphic line vector.jpg

fertilized egg on cervix forming umbilical cord graphic line vector.jpg

fertilized egg on cervix forming umbilical cord graphic line vector.jpg

fertilized egg on top uteral wall forming umbilical cord graphic line vector.jpg

fertilized egg on top uteral wall forming umbilical cord graphic line vector.jpg

lontitudinal lie buttock and haed palpable at opposite ends Breech presentation graphic line vector.jpg

lontitudinal lie buttock and haed palpable at opposite ends Breech presentation graphic line vector.jpg

monochorionic diamniontic twins graphic line vector.jpg

monochorionic diamniontic twins graphic line vector.jpg

monochrorionic-monoamniotic twins graphic line vector.jpg

monochrorionic-monoamniotic twins graphic line vector.jpg

patient to copy diagram constrictional apraxia graphic line vector.jpg

patient to copy diagram constrictional apraxia graphic line vector.jpg

pes cavus high arch feet graphic line vector.jpg

pes cavus high arch feet graphic line vector.jpg

pes planus flat feet graphic line vector.jpg

pes planus flat feet graphic line vector.jpg

CGI by Boundless Creativity



Featured Artist of the Day

Creativity is essential when it comes to CGI.  CGI is all about using computer graphics to create artistic images.  The challenge for CGI artists is to do their best to bring their artwork to life.

The creative company being highlighted today is Boundless Creativity.

They can create just about anything you could desire: Prehistoric dinosaurs, the human anatomy, scientific diagrams, beautiful landscapes, and so much more.

To showcase their work, we will be posting various images across all of our social media pages. Find all of our social media pages here: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Here’s a look at some of the work they’ve done.

 

Dinosaur and Humans First Contact

Dinosaur and Humans First Contact

CGI-illustration-Knee-Anatomy-medical.jpg

The Anatomy of a Human Knee

CGI-illustration-Stryker-Mountains-dog-outdoors.jpg

Mountain dog in the Cold Outdoors

 

To see the entire library for Boundless Creativity, click on the link, and see all the amazing work.

Feel free to contact us here with any questions, or comments.

Boundless Creativity: Big Al Gruswitz



AA Reps artist studio Boundless Creativity has been specializing in photo-realistic 3D and 2D illustration, medical illustration, and difficult retouching for 23 years. Clients often use their in-house people to do retouching, but Big Al of Boundless Creativity is the one you call for the “impossible job.”

In Boundless Creativity’s website blog 3D illustration is explained as ‘virtual photography.’ Photo shoots require decision making about lighting, lenses, time of day, weather, wardrobe and special effects. All of these decisions are made before the final process of shooting the photos even begins. Boundless Creativity makes all of these choices virtually via 3D illustration, and with cost-effective pricing. 3D illustration also allows for manipulating of settings and intricate image details, so you never have to wait for an inopportune sunset again. Big Al also notes that 3D people can be created, or real people can be photographed in-studio to insert into a 3D scene.

The first following three images were chosen among 4,800 entries by Lürzer’s Int’l Archive for the 2013 “200 Best Digital Artists’ Annual. Big Al Gruswitz has also produced 33 3D dinosaur illustrations for the Discovery Channel’s “My First Dinosaur Encyclopedia.”

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Please scroll below to view some incredibly done difficult retouch work Big Al has completed:

American pie before and after

belly flop before and after

pharmacist before after al gruswitz

 

Click here to visit the Boundless Creativity Website

Visit this link to see Boundless Creativity on AAReps.com

The Wall Street Journal featuring Giovannina Colalillo



Kris Areche at the Wall Street Journal looked to Giovannina for her unique conceptual perspective to accompany an article describing the push for Medicare recipients to move to the Medicare Advantage Plan (a PPO System) from traditional fee-for-service Medicare. 

Bonnie Hofkin Adds Form and Function to the Hospital for Special Surgery AR



Bonnie Hofkin Adds Form and Function to the Hospital for Special Surgery AR

Bonnie Hofkin is well known for her many different art forms, one being her unique medical sketches and drawings. Most recently, Hofkin created some amazing detailed illustrations of the human body for the Hospital for Special Surgery. The HSS featured Hofkin’s drawings in their annual report brochure, located on their official website.

The HSS specializes in many different kinds of surgeries such as Joint Replacement, Spine, Foot & Ankle, Sports Medicine and Shoulder & Limb Lengthening, Hand and Upper Extremity, Metabolic Bone Disease/Oncology, just to name a few. You can find out more information by clicking the link below.   

The HSS Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 2012-2013 Annual Report 
Return to Form and Function: The Essential Work of Hospital for Special Surgery
©Hofkin-Jointthumb©Hofkin-Joint-hipback©Hofkin_AA-JointbabyFKnee Cross sect.F©Hofkin-pelvisHSS Images

Link: http://www.hss.edu/orthopaedic-surgery-annual-report-2012-2013.asp

 

What does a pill do after you swallow it?



 

Craig Zuckerman created this image of a pill dissolving into the small intestines and then being absorbed into the bloodstream. He uses Adobe Illustrator to attain the desired effects of his images.

Check out more of Craig’s work at aareps.com

illustrations of children’s diseases



Craig Zuckerman was commissioned to do a series of  illustrations depicting various types of children’s diseases for Nemours, a children’s health system. These  two images depict cases of chicken pox and urinary track infection.

Chromosome Video for Health Care Industry



Medical artist, William Graham and CBS Digital have created “Chromosome,” a new animation that depicts a living chromosome in motion.  This project was a joint venture between Graham Studios and CBS Digital to produce animations for the health care industry.  Check out the entire video here on Graham’s Vimeo.

Artwork for New Medical Innovation



Acute Innovations has recently designed RibLoc, a system of repairing broken ribs through implants and instruments.  To help introduce their design, Acute Innovations contacted us to create the artwork for their promotions.  Bonnie Hofkin created the medical artwork, featured above, which displays a cutaway of how the innovation works.  Check out Acute Innovation’s website here for more information.

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