Cellular Generation and Intracellular Diversion
Abstracted cell biology by Regina Valluzzi
At first glance, these watercolors may appear to unconsciously mimic our cellular structures: Nucleus, organelles, transport vesicles and membranes. But dig deeper, and decipher the detailed pen and ink additions. You’ll see the lipid bilayers, like playful stick figures set foot-to-foot. You’ll see molecular chains packaged and floating about. And the single points of ink peppered throughout … any of countless ions and salts whose balance provides our cells with the ingredients for chemical life.
These fantastic prints can be purchased here (or even the painted originals). Support great science artists!
Illustration for an article in the Boston Globe a few months back—about all the fitness enthusiasts running & cycling around Boston. (though if I were in this scene, sad to say I would definitely be the guy drinking his coffee on a bench) More on my blog!