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

Cartoons and Illustration by Jim Steck



07/18/2016- Cartoons are a special type of illustrations.  When thinking about cartoons, many of us think of classics such as Bugs Bunny or Looney Tunes.

Unlike the popular cartoon television shows, Jim Steck specializes in still art.  His illustrations capture a moment in time for a cartoon character.

cartoon basketball player at a picnic

Illustration of Scottie Pippen overweight after a large picnic

Whether it be a basketball game, a mad scientist, or a pizza guy, he captures a specific moment that brings their story to life.

His unique style is seen in his use of geometry, and taking simple shapes and distorting them to add his own flare.

Magician with bunny

Magician with bunny

 

Steck’s cartoons are so popular because of the fact that they can be appreciated by all ages.

Below are some more examples of his work, along with a link to his entire portfolio: Jim Steck’s Portfolio

 

pizza man cartoon with mustache

Retro cartoon of a pizza man

Music tiger

Musical tiger in a top hat

Major Poopy pants, army cartoon

Major poopy pants cartoon, part of the Army Babies

Halloween hoodlum cartoon

Halloween hoodlum brewing a nasty concoction

Illustration from Featured Artist: Tony Randazzo



Talented artists cross our path every day at American Artists Reps, and today we are focusing on one.  Today’s featured artist is Tony Randazzo.  Randazzo has made his mark with his amazing illustration ability of everything from architecture, to automobiles, science and medicine, toys and much more.

 

All day we will be featuring some of his artwork on Twitter and Instagram.

 

To see his entire portfolio, check out his page here: Tony Randazzo Portfolio 

 

Here’s a sneak peak of some of the types of artwork you can expect to see.

 

illustration, tony randazzo, rooftop, paintbrush

Illustration of a beautiful rooftop view with paintbrush in the foreground. By, Tony Randazzo

Digital creation of a Chevy truck. By, Tony Randazzo

Digital creation of a Chevy truck. By, Tony Randazzo

Deep Life



F/C illustration depicting a cutaway device (CORK), cutting through the different layers of the Earth below the ocean floor looking for life. This illustration was a feature for the “Deep Life” issue that appeared on the February 11, 2012 issue.

To view more of Tony Randazzo’s work click here.

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