This year’s Frank Armitage Lecture will be October 22 and 23rd. Presenters include: David BolinskyXVIVO‘s Medical Director, presenting on his work, his insights, and his values as an outstanding professional Noah LowenthalVP, Abelson-Taylor, on pharmaceutical marketing & advertising Greg BlewVP, Emmi Solutions, on new methods on patient education and informed consent Edmond AlexanderPartner, Alexander & …
Monthly Archive: September 2009
A woman took a photo of her cervix every day for an entire menstrual cycle. She used a plastic speculum and the macro setting of a digital camera. It could be considered graphic so go here if you would like to see it.
Interestingly, the illustrator who did these pieces is not a trained medical artist. They are made with watercolor and gauche on illustration board. The technique is beautiful, especially on the lungs. His website has a vast array of set design, sculpture, illustration, painting, and logo designs.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDspAS2rHGk] This has a really fun style, from Ghost Productions. They have tutorials on their site, too. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9E6fzmKtHeM&feature=player_embedded] The first video was their 2009 orthopedic demo reel. The second was for for National Geographic Channel’s Inside Extraordinary Humans. And on top of all that, the have a podcast.