Most works are created with the assumption that people will see it—but these are designed to be perceived with the hands
The waters off the coast of Spain are now home to Museo Atlántico, which takes aim at climate change deniers and corporate interests while helping marine life to prosper.
After 5.5 years, Symbiartic on Scientific American is swappin’ shells like a hermit crab. Kalliopi Monoyios, Katie McKissick, and Glendon Mellow say good-bye, and share a bit of what the future holds. Spoiler: this is not the end of #sciart on Scientific American - or of Symbiartic.
The country's only gallery dedicated to science and art is in danger of closing. If they raise the $20,000 needed to renew their lease before December 31, they can continue their pioneering work bridging art and science. Will you help?
What if we could see history as one continuous tableau? One artist endeavors to find out
In January the Cornell Lab of Ornithology unveiled a mural of unprecedented size and scope. Now, they've put it online in exquisite detail for all to see
The most interesting science art exhibits on display this spring and beyond
Call it the ultimate bird's-eye view of evolution: in Ithaca, N.Y., the paint is barely dry on an ambitious 3,000-square-foot mural celebrating the stunning diversity of birds
Five fascinating science art exhibits open this month—on the cosmos, changing seas, our relationship with nature and more. Get out and enjoy!
Historical illustrations of skin diseases, sculpted sea butterflies, the effects of rampant wildfires and more are in this edition of Symbiartic's scienceart roundup. Get to these galleries & museum exhibits before they pack up and move on...
Cross off the science geeks on your list with these artsy science-themed gifts
Underneath the most exquisite and revered painted works of art in all of human history lies a very humble substance: dirt.
Artist Asher Jay has dedicated her career to drawing attention to the most pressing conservation issues today.
These songbirds have figured out a way to feast like raptors despite their biology
If you comforted yourself last night with the knowledge that zombies aren't real, you might want to skip out on this post...
If humans could regrow limbs like salamanders, would that make severed-limb Halloween costumes more or less exciting?
How do you teach scientific illustration, a skill that requires superhuman focus and determination for hours on end, to a bunch of wiggly summer campers?
The leading professional organization for natural science illustrators is conducting a survey on how their authoritative Guild Handbook of Scientific Illustration is used by professionals and enthusiasts. Chime in.
As a founding member of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, Carolyn Gast's legacy reaches far beyond the dusty stacks that house her spectacular illustrations.
Are these birds being helped or harmed by human interference?