…for Johns Hopkins Magazine – Summer 2018
To accompany an article on the contagious disease infections from Farm Animals to Humans.
See more here.
…New for TulaneMed Magazine.
A new, safe, non-infectious vaccine to protect against the bacterial pathogen Burkholderia pseudomallei which causes Melioidosis and occurs naturally in the soil and paddy fields in Southeast Asia and Northern Australia, is moving closer to production.
See detailed images here.
…A new full page artwork for TulaneMed Magazine to accompany a book review on PTSD in Youth titled ‘They’ll Never Be the Same: A Parent’s Guide to PTSD in Youth (Central Recovery Press 2018) by Michael S. Scheeringa, MD, MPH.
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…A newly commissioned piece of artwork which has gone straight to a one off print to raise money for a very special charity – DKMS.
The print is professionally printed at A2 size onto 100% cotton, archival paper and is signed, dated, numbered (1/1) and framed.
You can see further detailed images from the project here.
The charity auction is in two parts, first, an ‘online’ auction will close at mid-day on 20th March, bidding will then resume at the ‘Let’s Make a Spark’ Corporate Awards attended by a select number of specially invited people at the Shard, London later that evening. The auction site is: https://www.lmas.co.uk/lite-ui/?controller=lots&action=showLot&id=31
There are several other high profile auction items available if you are interested – https://www.lmas.co.uk/lite-ui/?controller=lots&category=All%20Lots
DKMS – Every 20 minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with a blood cancer such as Leukaemia, Lymphoma or Myeloma. (That is hard enough to contemplate! Here is the scary part that you may not realise) – Only around 30% of people with blood cancer find a matching donor within their family.
DKMS – was formed in 1991 in Germany, they have a stem cell donor registry containing 300,000 people who could possibly help others who are affected by blood cancers – would you also like to help? If so please visit their website for further information – https://www.dkms.org.uk/en
…Two new illustrations for the Fall 2017 issue of TulaneMed Magazine, published by the Tulane University School of Medicine.
The two images had to work together with a limited colour pallete even though the subject matter was significantly different as can be seen in the printed spread below.
The first ‘Brain Freeze’, accompanies an article on a new ThermoSuit to help in the aid of recovery for Stroke Patients.
The second, ‘Got Sunscreen?’, accompanies an article about a young medical student and his research and development of a gadget which uses LED light to detect whether there is enough sunscreen applied to your skin.