Friday, 10 December 2010

Science-Artists Feed grows to 100

A few months ago, I started the Science-Artists Feed after a conversation with Bora Zivkovic.  It's also carried on scienceblogging.com. Visual art, illustration and imagery can have a profound impact on our understanding of science: both the scientific concepts themselves, and how scientific knowledge impacts our lives.

It's now swelled to 100 different artists' and site feeds!  Each week I'm summing up some links of things I found interesting in my Scumble series of posts. If anyone wondered whether or not this is an art movement unto itself -as I discussed with Mike Haubrich and sciartist Lynn Fellman in a recent podcast- the size and variety of this list should demonstrate it is.

Recently, I included a handful of the artists I love from deviantArt as well, including Nobu Tamura, Jacqueline Dillard, Jon Lomberg and the Bioscience group.

Here's the list in its entirety below the jump:




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3 comments:

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David Orr said...

Don't see this one in there, apologies if it is...

http://www.naturalscienceart.com

Stephanie Abramowicz.

Glendon Mellow said...

Wow, she has excellent, work thanks David!

I'm having trouble adding anyone now that I'm over 100; I've tried a few sites/blogs, but I keep getting an "Oops!" message saying something is wrong.

I'd also like to add Tommy Leung and a few others. I'll post a message here once I've sorted this out.

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