Rachel Ivanyi is a freelance illustrator who works on a variety of natural history subjects. Trained as a zoologist and scientific illustrator, she has long been drawn to the minute variations that separate one species from another and much of her work reflects this. Her style ranges from highly detailed scientific renderings to more whimsical illustration, in a variety of traditional and digital media.
I'm an illustrator and designer with a love of nature, animals, and travel. I specialize in creating enjoyable, and easily accessible, learning experiences by introducing engaging imagery, unique color usage, and subtle humor into map, scientific concept, and wildlife illustrations.
I run Equinox Graphics, a small technical illustration and animation studio in Cambridge, after completing my PhD in engineering, and we have worked for important clients such as Bloodhound SSC, ESA, NASA, Nature, Design Council, Institute of Physics, Institute of Mechanical Engineers, Windfall Films, etc., and have been published in Nature, Science, BMJ, The Lancet, New Scientist, Chemistry World, The Ecologist as well as BBC news and science publications.
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Medical and biological illustrator specializing in translating complex scientific information through illustration, animation, web and interactive design.
Christopher's scientific areas of expertise are human and comparative anatomy, pathology, embryology and cell biology. In addition, he has extensive knowledge of surgical procedures and treatments ranging from orthopedics to neurosurgery.
Biology - Research & Education - Ecosystems Past & Present
Communicating science visually in traditional and digital media for the web and print. Illustrating takes me on cliff edges, dinosaur excavations, jungles and classrooms, millions of years into the past and the microscopic world.