Saturday, November 10, 2007
Heres a recently finished job for VSA Partners New York and Howard Hughes Medical Institute. It was great working with Jennifer Lee and the people at HHMI, since I've always liked the art direction of the book. The piece was 17.5"x2.5 and is supposed to run on the bottom of the page...
Here is a small description of the article in HHMI.
Exploring 3-D Space
After a 20-year wait, a team of scientists is building an atlas to map gene products the way astronomers identify stars in the sky.
Treating gene expression patterns as a searchable constellation of stars. The idea was too far-fetched to tackle two decades ago, when Chris Q. Doe was a postdoctoral fellow. He wanted to build an atlas showing the three-dimensional location of transcription factors involved in generating the fruit fly’s central nervous system (CNS). Others’ atlases, however, covered simpler one- and two-dimensional patterns.
Posted by Jon Han at 9:27 AM