Angela Vaculik is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer with over 20 years of professional experience. She has a realistic illustrative style and can easily transition to a more stylized approach. With a focus on natural science, her illustrations are captivating and colourful with great attention to detail. Using traditional and digital methods, Angela’s primary goal is to deliver exceptional impactful art.
Her website can be viewed at www.angelavaculik.com
Emily produces detailed, accurate and appealing illustrations of animals, plants, artifacts, & fossils, including species illustrations, behavioral and anatomical renderings, habitat scenes and paleoreconstructions. Her experience includes projects as small as one simple illustration to as large as over 500 animal life illustrations. She works with scientists, art directors, editors, educators, graphic designers, government entities, and many other professionals and individuals to deliver high quality custom or stock art for a variety of uses.
For over a decade Adam has been conceptualizing, developing, designing, animating, illustrating and art directing interactive media for the museum and educational interactives industry. Adam has created and designed interactive media for The Smithsonian, McGraw-Hill, The Franklin Institute and the Georgia Aquarium, plus many more. He also has illustrations in the exhibit halls of The Perot Museum and The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
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Carel Brest van Kempen's artistic mission has always been to deepen awareness of the natural world and how it functions. His work has been exhibited worldwide and his solo exhibition has been touring the U.S. since 2003. An 8-time recipient of the coveted Society of Animal Artists' Award of Excellence, he has illustrated over a dozen books and authored the book Rigor Vitae: Life Unyielding.
I am a Ph.D.-level cell biologist by training, now specializing in the creation of eye-catching digital illustrations that portray the complex beauty of life at the cell and molecular level. I enjoy using interesting color palettes and elements of graphic design in all of my work, including simpler pieces such as schematic illustrations and diagrams. I am also fascinated by the use of 3D computer modeling to produce visual environments that can pull the viewer into a microscopic or molecular world.