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Exoskeleton and Brain Computer Interface

In the foreseeable future, brain computer interface technology will help advance human's abilities. In this example, a woman enjoys running at speeds far beyond the normal range with the help of an exoskeleton controlled by her own thoughts. Some of the applications for these advances will be used industry, daily life, and empowering the disabled. This illustration was created for the National Science Foundation to highlight this current research. (future, sci-fi, brain, neuro)

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Futuristic, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Ecology Recovery

This artwork was created for Science Magazine's feature article on Louisiana's ecology health five years after the deepwater horizon oil spill. Nature has rebounded remarkably, however, look a little closer and the scars are there: shoreline erosion after marsh grass die-back, increased bottle nose dolphin deaths and strandings, and missing insects like acrobat ants. (crab, fish, gulf, florida, mexico, alabama, oysters, ocean)

Keywords: Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Education, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Keywords: Realism, Animals, Education, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Bacteria Redemption - Using Bacteria for a Cure

This editorial illustration shows the potential for bacteria to someday become the medicine to cure other diseases. Cures to illness sometimes come from unexpected places, and in this case it's a normally disease causing bacteria. Listeria, normally responsible for cases of meningitis, sepsis and food poisoning, is being reengineered to combat diseases like cancer. (pharmaceutical; bioengineering; biochemistry; molecular; health, medical)

Keywords: Conceptual, Realism, 3-D Rendering, CGI, Editorial, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Pond Ecosystem

A look at the edge of a wetland and inside a thriving pond ecosystem, where herons, frogs, fish, dragonflies and more thrive. Created for How it Works magazine using eon Vue and painted in Adobe Photoshop. By N.R. Fuller 2011, all rights transferred to HIW. Please contact Sayo-Art LLC for similar work. (science, biology, ecology, textbook, infographic, nature, wildlife)

Keywords: Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife, Environmental

© Imagine Publishing

Swallow Drones

The melding of biologist and engineer expertise is leading to next generation unmanned flying robots. By studying the flying finesse of swallows, scientists are learning how to create helpful drones that are able to maneuver in potentially dangerous spaces for missions like forest fire reconnaissance or search and rescue amid buildings of disaster areas. Subjects: drone; aerial; vehicle; robot; unmanned; robot; engineer; ornithology; biology; bird; swallow

Keywords: Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Education, Nature, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Futuristic, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Keywords: Digital, 3-D Rendering, Industrial, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Keywords: Realism, 3-D Rendering, Education, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Asteroid Catcher and Astronaut

The Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) is working to capture a near Earth asteroid. To do so, they are developing several different designs, one of which is a balloon like capture mechanism put into place with a spacecraft like Orion. It could then be docked by an astronaut for further study in space, or brought back to Earth. An astronaut extracts a sample from a secured asteroid in a close orbit to Earth with the moon in the background. (astronomy, engineer, stars, solar system, science, physics)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, CGI, Education, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Smart-Grid Technology

Created for the May 2009 cover of Earth Magazine, this art represents smart-grid technology. Smart-grid technology's goal is to efficiently use energy where it is needed, sharing it with communities that have higher demand, and making the most of limited resources: both existing energy sources and renewable energy. subjects: science, engineering, conceptual, traffic, communication, world

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, 3-D Rendering, Futuristic, Industrial, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology, Urban

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Carbon Capture Cutaway

Engineers and scientists are developing technology to capture and store carbon dioxide from power plants and factories. The CO2 is stored deep beneath the potable water table, in deep saline aquifers. (science, engineer, environment, technology, climate, geology, energy)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Education, Industrial, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Technology, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Keywords: Realism, 3-D Rendering, CGI, Education, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Baby in the Womb

A baby develops safe within the womb and a healthy placenta. Surpisingly, the placenta is not the mother's organ, but grows from the cells first laid down by the fertilized egg. To successfully support the pregnancy, the placenta has to convince the mother's immune system that it should be there. Scientists are studying the process to determine if problems in this communication may lead to problems like preeclempsia.

Keywords: Realism, 3-D Rendering, CGI, Children, Family, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Futuristic, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Carbon Capture and Geothermal Energy

Keywords: Realism, Education, Industrial, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Technology, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Biodiversity Color Wheel

Each plant and animal in this piece is an important species to our understanding of evolution and biodiversity: ranging from cabbage diversity, to dog's evolution from wolves, to african fish speciation. Multiple references were used for each plant and animal; some used 3d models as a base to the drawing while others were drawn entirely 'by-hand' (on a pressure sensitive tablet). (wildlife; life; earth; diversity; birds; fish; insects; biology; science; nature; darwin; ecology)

Keywords: Realism, Animals, Botanical, Children's Books, Education, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Keywords: Realism, Animals, Children's Books, Education, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Wildlife, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Bee Social Behavior

Bee social roles change as they age. Biochemists can monitor which genes are active, and learn how they correlate with the behavior. This digital drawing was created for the National Science Foundation for their web site on FIBR grants, encouraging cross-discipline research. This particular research combines genomics, behavioral research, mathematics and computer science. (biology, insects, entomology, honey, nature)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Animals, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Hippos' Impact on Ecosystems

Until recently, our knowledge of hippos impact on ecosystems has been remarkably slim due to the danger they pose to scientists. New research has shed light on their huge ecological impact: from increased grazing due to the shortened grass lawn they create, to water ecosystems impacted by their defecation. (science; art; illustration; technical; information graphics; ecology; animals; africa; kenya; river; eagle; fish; pond; fisherman; tilapia; food web)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Education, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

The Universe Big Rip

In one end-time scenario, known as the "big rip", dark energy's continual growth leads to all of the universe tearing apart, beginning with galaxy clusters, galaxies, then stars and planets (like Earth), and finally the individual atoms and particles that make up matter itself. Artwork digitally painted for Science News. Subject matter: physics, cosmology, space, stars, scifi, astronomy, science, conceptual

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Futuristic, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Therapeutic Antibodies and Cancer

Coursing through blood vessels, therapeutic antibodies (the Y-like structures) can work to help fight off growth factors which fuel cancer cell growth. Digitally painted for the 2011 American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Cancer Progress Report, all-rights beyond promotion transferred. Please contact Sayo-Art for similar work. Subjects: science, molecular, blood, health, medicine, research, pharmaceutical, biochemistry, biology

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific

© AACR

Cell Receptor Drug Design

An example of the resistances cancerous cells have towards treatment. Changes in receptors (the red cup-like surface) or alternate paths within the signaling network allow cancerous cells to resist drugs and continue to operate.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Searching for Cancer Cure: Children

Scientists' studies of the many facets of cancer biology and disease, from epidemiology to genetics, build upon each other toward one hope. Together, patient and researcher are striving to reach the ultimate goal of a cure for cancer. 3 of 3 in series. (AACR, biochemistry; dna; genetics; drugs; inhibitors; medical; health; resistance; research; medicine; cancer; disease; body; human; person; boy; child; light; african; luekemia

Keywords: Realism, 3-D Rendering, Children, Editorial, Health, Medical, People, Science, Scientific, Youth

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Diamond Planet

Astronomers have discovered a rocky planet 40 light years away, so heavy that it must be composed of dense carbon, aka diamond. At this point sending astronauts to mine the surface for diamonds is still science-fiction, but discovering that planets like this exist brings us one-step closer. (space, stars, astronomy, physics, sci-fi, science)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Concept Art, Landscape, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Fracking: Natural Gas Drilling

Is natural gas the answer to our energy crisis, and a way to wean our dependence from foreign oil? The United States has ample supply of natural gas (compared to petroleum), but drilling does have environmental consequences and impacts on local communities. This artwork was commissioned to accompany Science News magazine's unbiased look at some of the benefits and dangers. (science, geology, cutaway, infographic, cross-section, engineering, electricity, technology)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Concept Art, Industrial, Information Graphics, Nature, Political, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Early Solar System

This art shows a possible 5th outer planet, similar in size to Neptune and Uranus that was ejected from the solar system. Its presence helps explain how an early Earth’s trajectory was changed so that it didn’t go crashing into Venus. This extra gas planet played a dangerous dance with Saturn and Jupiter, eventually leading to it’s ejection from the solar system. (science, astronomy, space, physics, universe, galaxy, solar)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Concept Art, Education, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Glacier Carving of King's Canyon National Park

(keywords: science; art; illustration; technical; information graphics; king's canyon; yellowstone; national park; glacier; valley; mountains; geology; prehistoric; granite; cutaway; cross-section; erosion; redwoods; california; sequoia; sierra nevada; landscape; wilderness; alpine)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Technical, Education, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Pond Ecosystem

A look inside a thriving pond ecosystem, where herons, frogs, fish, dragonflies and more thrive. (keywords: science; art; illustration; technical; information graphics; ecology; ecosystem; food chain; animals; plants; landscape; biology; environment; snail; birds; wetland; marsh, food web)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Animals, Education, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Commercial Fishing

Bottom trawling, commercial fishing has huge environmental impacts, devastating the life on the bottom of the ocean floor. In addition to torn up seabeds, unintentional animals get caught in the massive nets. Sea turtles, dolphins and others are at risk, although trap-doors in improved nets try to mitigate the effects. (textbook, science, ecology, biology, ocean, animals, wildlife, nature, boat, ship)

Keywords: Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Everglades Ecosystem

A look at the everglade ecosystem and the balance between prey and predator. Fish feed on algae, alligators feed on fish, and birds feed on snails and fish. The artwork is shown in it's entirety on top, with close-ups below. Created using Eon Vue and painted with Adobe Photoshop for an upcoming ecology textbook. (science, biology, animals, plants, florida, nature, wildlife, textbook)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Green Urban Smart-City

What will the city of our future look like? Smart-cities will look a little more green, with green roofs and gardens softening the pavement, solar panels collecting energy, and carbon neutral transportation. Created using Eon Vue and painted with Adobe Photoshop for an ecology textbook. (science, environmental, ecology, urban, conceptual, parks)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Futuristic, Information Graphics, Science, Technology, Environmental, Urban

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Searching for a Cancer Cure (1 of 3)

Scientists' studies of the many facets of cancer biology and disease, from epidemiology to genetics, build upon each other toward one hope. Together, patient and researcher are striving to reach the ultimate goal of a cure for cancer. 1 of 3 in series. (AACR, science; dna; drugs; inhibitors; tumor, medical; health; resistance; research; medicine; cancer; disease; body; human; person; man; prostate; light)

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Photoillustration, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific, Masculine

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Forest Ecology

Animals fill different ecological niches, and employ different ways of sustaining themselves; from predation to parasitism. (science; art; illustration; technical; information graphics; ecology; ecosystem; food chain; animals; plants; landscape; biology; environment; forest; trees; woods; salamanders; squirrels; flowers; fern; birds; woodpecker; biodiversity; predator; prey; parasite)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Animals, Children, Children's Books, Education, Nature, Science, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Connected Car Technology

New sensor technology may help connect our car’s functions to remote computers to help organize fleets of business trucks, track any malfunctions as they happen and send emergency information. Created for an advertising campaign for Applus Technology. (science, engineering, vehicle, communication, sensors, wireless, conceptual)

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Futuristic, Science, Scientific, Technology, Transportation

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

DNA

An accurate, yet artistic depiction of DNA and our genetic code. Created for AACR (American Association for Cancer Research) science, molecular, blood, health, medicine, research, pharmaceutical, biochemistry, biology, tumors, chemotherapy, medical

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Increasing Therapeutic Drugs' Life-spans

One of the greatest hurdles to creating new viable drugs is increasing their longevity before they're broken down within the body. One approach is to cloak the therapeutic proteins in a polymer (polyethylene glycol–PEG), vastly increasing its lifetime in the body and thus its efficacy. Created for a researcher at Johns Hopkins University to submit to a biomedical journal. Subject: science, molecular, blood, health, medicine, research, pharmaceutical, biochemistry, biology, chemotherapy, medical

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Technical, Decorative, Concept Art, Health, Information Graphics, Medical, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Receptors on Biosensor Chip

Scientists are developing biosensors that are sensitive enough to detect even the smallest presence of molecules, so that disease or dangerous environmental contaminants can quickly be assessed. Subjects: science, molecular, pharmaceutical, biochemistry, technology, nano, infographic, health, biology, engineering, micro, chip

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Concept Art, Education, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Microbial Wasp Landscape

Our bodies are made up of the cells encoded by our unique DNA–right? Current research suggests that the microbes that coexist with us are just as much US, as our ‘own’ DNA encoded cells. For every one of our DNA encoded cells, 10 microbes exist. (science; art; illustration; technical; information graphics; insect; microbes; bug; wasp; microbiome; genome; biology; genetics; dna; bacteria; archaea; cells)

Keywords: Colored Pencil, Conceptual, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Editorial, Health, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Walking Octopus

Scientists recently observed the coconut octopus walking along the sea floor. Marine biologists are unsure why, but suspect it might be a stealthier way to move unnoticed. Digitally painted for the National Science Foundation. (science, biology, ocean, sea, animals, nature, wildlife, ecology, underwater)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© N.R. Fuller, NSF

Keywords: Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Education, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific, Technology, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Memory, Neurons and Prion Proteins

Inside neurons tangles of proteins have been implicated in many different neurological diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Research points to a protein, Orb2, changing shape to lock in long-term memories. Digitally rendered in Zbrush, Modo and painted in Adobe Photoshop for Stowers Institute for Medical Research. Subjects: science, molecular, health, medicine, research, pharmaceutical, biochemistry, biology, neuro, brain, memory, infographic

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Health, Information Graphics, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Genetic Components

The key components of genetics. This graphic illustrates DNA, RNA, chromosomes, and replication.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Superconductor's Electrons at Rest

Where do superconductors' electrons rest? Sebastian et. al. asked this question to better understand the properties of high temperature copper-oxide superconductors in the normal state. This artist's rendition shows the measured electron pockets (red) extending between 2 layers of the copper oxide crystal lattice in an undulating twisted geometry. (physics, engineering, nano, chemistry, atoms, metal, computing, batteries, electrical)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Technical, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Bio-fuel from Algae

Alternative energy sources are being developed by scientists using algal cells as a biological machine to harness the sun's energy. (science, biology, green, environmental, technology, solar, biofuel, alternative, infographic, engineering)

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, Concept Art, Education, Science, Scientific, Technology, Transportation, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Biology of a Cough

What causes a cough? How can we make it stop? Irritants like viral particles are usually swept away by cilia in the throat. Some make it past the outer defenses though and penetrate the throats cells, leading to inflammation and coughing. The details, however, are still largely unknown. Created for Science News magazine. Subjects: science, molecular, health, medicine, research, pharmaceutical, biochemistry, biology, medical

Keywords: Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Health, Information Graphics, Medical, People, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

The First Laser, the Ruby Laser

The ruby laser, so named because of the ruby crystal used, was the first working laser. Laser technology has since advanced, and has many modern technologies possible, from cutting-edge surgeries to DVDs and computers. This 3D artwork was digitally painted for Science News magazine's laser special edition. (engineering, infographic)

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Galaxy Swallowing Galaxy

A giant elliptical galaxy swallows up a young spiral galaxy. Commissioned by All About Space magazine. (physics, stars, black hole, galaxy, universe, science, sci-fi)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Concept Art, Education, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Darwin Cover

The cover of the graphic adaptation of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species. Artwork by Nicolle Rager Fuller. Nominated for a 2010 Eisner Award (the Oscar's of Comics) in 2 categories: Best Painter/Multimedia Artist (interior art) & Best Adaptation from Another Work book, animals, plants, ecology, evolution, biology, science, nature

Keywords: Colored Pencil, Digital, Animals, Book Covers, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Cicada Life Cycle

Art work of the 17-year life-cycle of the cicada, from beneath ground to above in trees. (science; art; illustration; technical; information graphics; cicadas; life-cycle; tree; nymph; insect; grub; molting; biology; animal; bugs; ecology; biology, entomology)

Keywords: Pencil, Realism, Watercolor, Animals, Education, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Cancer Smart Bomb

The cancer smart bomb is a nano drug delivery system under development by Dr. Fahmy and colleagues at Yale University. The treatment, which has successfully been tested on mice, uses small hollow spheres, called nanolipogels to deliver the two-prong attack. Some become stuck in leaky tumor blood vessels, where they rally the body’s own immune defenses. (science, medical, health, biology, biochemistry, infographic, chemotherapy, doctors)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Education, Information Graphics, Medical, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Dinosaur Extinction

An unfortunate dinosaur watches the impending asteroid impact. Drawn for the cover of Earth magazine about the many extinction events throughout Earth's history. (science, extinction, history, paleo, t-rex, meteor)

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Editorial, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Search for Cancer Cure: Women

Scientists' studies of the many facets of cancer biology and disease, from epidemiology to genetics, build upon each other toward one hope. Together, patient and researcher are striving to reach the ultimate goal of a cure for cancer. 2 of 3 in series focusing on women. (AACR, science; dna; genetics; drugs; inhibitors; tumor, medical; health; resistance; research; medicine; cancer; disease; body; human; person; woman; breast; light)

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Photoillustration, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Health, Medical, Portrait, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Tracking Cell Death with Microcapsules and Nanotec

Therapeutic cells can be used to combat diseases, but it’s difficult to track their viability. Microspheres made of a biomaterial called alginate protect cells from the immune system and contain nanosensors (nanospheres) that can sense if the therapeutic cells are still alive. (science, infographic, biology, nano, medicine, health, technology, engineer, research, doctor, cancer, tumor, dna)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Graphic, Realism, Technical, Education, Health, Information Graphics, Medical, Science

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Indoor Pollutants

In the safety of our home a surprising number of contaminants threaten our air quality: from dust mites in our beds, to smoke from our cooking. This infographic was created for an environmental science textbook. (pollution, chemistry, cut-away, cross-section, infographic)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Realism, Stylized, Education, Health, Information Graphics, People, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Stopping Motion with Light

Scientists have discovered that light transmitted by an optic fiber can cool down and stop the motion of a nearby quivering sphere on a cantilever. (physics, technology, light, optics, wgm, quantum, research)

Keywords: Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Futuristic, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Nanospheres Combatting Autoimmune Disorders

Nanospheres have gained much attention for their potential to deliver chemotherapies in cancer treatment, but they also show much promise to treat autoimmune diseases like lupus, multiple scleorsis and Type 1 diabetes. This artwork shows the nanospheres interacting with immune cells in the lymph vessels.

Keywords: Digital, Technical, Digital Sculpture, Concept Art, Education, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Forest Threats

Forests are being cut at an alarming rate for wood products and to make room for grazing, agriculture and housing. As more roads are cut through forests for access and more forest edges are exposed, forests are more susceptible to pests, disease and fire. Created using Eon Vue and painted with Adobe Photoshop for an upcoming ecology textbook from WH Freeman. (science, environment, biology, nature, farms, agriculture, animals, infographic)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Concept Art, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Asteroid Extinction

The asteroid credited with killing the dinosaurs sent off a long series of cataclysmic events: volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, droughts and death. (science, paleo, extinction, history, conceptual, infographic)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Concept Art, Education, Historical, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Fig Wasp Mutualism Payback

This editorial artwork was created for the Science New's feature article about mutualism. Many of nature's symbiotic relationships have cheaters who try to gain the benefits of the system without reciprocating. In the case of the fig wasp, some try to lay their eggs without pollinating the fig seeds. In this case, the fig tree will often prematurely drop the fig to 'punish' the wasp. Subjects: biology, ecology, plants, insects, bugs, fruit, conceptual

Keywords: Colored Pencil, Digital, Realism, Animals, Editorial, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Structural Proteins of the Cell

Biologists study a vast network of interconnected structural proteins that permeate the cell, providing structure, order, and transport highways. A few of the cytoskeleton components shown include: actin, tubulin, cadherin, microtubules and transport vesicles carried by dynein. Winner of the 2010 Illustrators Club Gold Medical in the Scientific/Technical Category. Subject matter: molecular, biochemistry, pharmaceutical, cellular, biology, science, medical

Keywords: Colored Pencil, Digital, Pastel, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Learning and the Brain

Neurologists say an innovative learning method could modify brain activity to help people recuperate from an accident or disease, learn a new language or even fly a plane. In the future, a person may be able to watch a computer screen and have his or her brain patterns modified to improve physical or mental performance.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Editorial, Health, People, Science, Scientific, Technology

© N.R. Fuller, NSF

Parting of the Red Sea: Scientific Theory

This illustration shows how a strong wind from the east could push back waters from two ancient basins--a lagoon (left) and a river (right)--to create a temporary land bridge. New research suggests that such a physical process could have led to a parting of waters similar to the description in the biblical account of the Red Sea.

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Realism, Education, Historical, Mystery, Nature, Religious, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Ocelot Hunting the Agouti

In Panama scientists are studying the intricate relationship between prey and predator. Here, an ocelot is depicted hunting an agouti. Painted in Acrylic for the National Science Foundation.

Keywords: Acrylic, Realism, Animals, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Biosphere 2

The Biosphere 2 was a grand experiment in the 1990s to determine what is essential to a self-sustaining environment. A glass domed enclosure large enough to contain a mini tidal ocean, mangroves, rainforest, and savannah ecosystems was built in Arizona, where scientists lived for extended periods of time. (textbook, science, nature, earth, biology, ecology)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Technology, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Future Computing & Sensor Technology

This illustration was drawn for the National Science Foundation to help describe the Cyber-Physical Systems program, working to help researchers integrate computer and sensor technology into the physical environment to improve safety and communication in the future.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Futuristic, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Technology, Urban

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Watershed Landscape

Watersheds extend far beyond the visible waterways to the surrounding hills and mountains that collect the rain. It’s on these slopes that water is filtered, but also contaminated by pollution from agriculture, cities and industrial zones.

Keywords: Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Ocean Food Web

The complex ocean food web can easily be disrupted at multiple points by pollution like an oil spill. (biology, ecology, sea, whale, fish, infographic, textbook, science, nature, wildlife)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Realism, Technical, Interactive, Animals, Education, Information Graphics, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Nutcracker Man

Recent analysis of microscopic grooves on the teeth of fossil Nutcracker man indicate they ate fruit when available. Digitally painted for the National Science Foundation.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Editorial, Historical, Nature, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Rock Eating Ocean Microbes

Microbes were discovered along the spreading Eastern Pacific Ridge that 'eat' the basalt rock they live on.

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Graphic, Realism, Technical, Education, Information Graphics, Nature, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Life on Other Planets?

The question fascinates us, has led us to the moon, and motivates the imagination and dreams of our girls and boys destined to be future scientists. More and more research points to the likelihood that there is indeed life on another planet in far off solar systems. One such planet, named Gliese, appears to be perfectly distanced from the sun for warmth and possible photosynthesis, and there appears to be water on its surface.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Nature, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Saliva Art

A soft touch to a medical subject, this pencil drawing infographic shows the salivary glands at different magnification levels.

Keywords: Colored Pencil, Line with Color, Pencil, Technical, Health, Information Graphics, Medical, People, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Stonehenge

This cover illustration shows an alternate theory to how Stonehenge arrived at its present location. Some geologists now believe that glaciers, not humans, carried the massive stones long distances to where Stonehenge itself was finally constructed.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Editorial, Historical, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Dark Matter Galaxy Cluster

Dark matter holds clusters of galaxies together. Dark matter accounts for nearly one-quarter of the universe, but scientists do not yet know what it is. Dark matter is virtually invisible to current scientific tools, and it's existence is surmised by looking at the way gravity is warped far beyond what can be attributed to visible matter. Artwork digitally painted for ScienceNews, © Nicolle Rager Fuller 2011.

Keywords: Design, Digital, Realism, Technical, Editorial, Education, Mystery, Scientific, Sci-Fi

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Diving Penguin

Penguins may look awkward on land, but they´re adaptations allow them to dive to far greater depths than humans (even with scuba gear). Digitally illustrated for the National Science Foundation.

Keywords: Digital, Realism, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Poppies

A snapshot of a field of wild wheat and poppies on a spring day in Italy, as seen from the passing train. Painted in watercolors. (flowers, nature, art, plants, outdoors)

Keywords: Realism, Watercolor, Floral, Botanical, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

The Cells of Our Gut, the Microbiome

An artistic look deep within our intestine where a thriving ecosystem of microbes lives. Contrary to what one might think, these microbes are beneficial to us and help us digest our food. Otherwise, many nutrients would be indigestible. Subjects: biology, molecular, cells, bacteria, pharmaceutical

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Watercolor, Education, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Pit Coal Mining

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Technical, Decorative, Concept Art, Education, Industrial, Information Graphics, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

New York Oil Spill

A giant oil spill, the largest in the United States including Alaska, lies in an aquifer beneath New York City. Digitally illustrated for the cover of Earth magazine launch, September 2008 (formerly Geotimes).

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, 3-D Rendering, Editorial, Political, Science, Scientific, Environmental, Urban

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Cancer Treatment at Different Scales

Cancer biology and thus treatments differ at every scale of the body. Molecular-targeted chemotherapies and therapeutics can fight cancer at the cellular and tissue level. Tumors that form at the organ level, shown here in the lungs, are best treated with radiation and/or surgical removal if possible. All rights (besides self-promotion) transferred to AACR, please contact for similar work.

Keywords: Conceptual, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Health, Information Graphics, Medical, People, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Tumor Treatment by Nanospheres

Inside a tumor, nanospheres target receptors on the the blood vessels and on the cancer cells themselves. Once bound the nanospheres begin to release their drug, and are engulfed by the cancer cells where the drug can attack the cancer cell from the inside. (science, technology, health, medicine, chemotherapy, nanotechnology)

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Education, Health, Information Graphics, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Redwood Flower Beetles

This watercolor painting shows Fauna and Flora of the Redwood Forest Floor: Longhorn Flower beetles enjoy the sorrel and violets growing among the litter of redwood trees. (insects, nature, entomology, animal, plant, book, art, wildlife, spring, love)

Keywords: Realism, Watercolor, Animals, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Hydraulic Shock Absorbers

A cutaway look inside the shock absorbers of a car. A piston within the pressure tube allows hydraulic fluid to filter through, damping vibrations. Modeled using Cinema 4d and digitally painted with Adobe Photoshop for How it Works magazine. By Nicolle Rager Fuller, all rights transferred to HIW, posted with permission.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Science, Scientific, Technology, Transportation

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Cancer Tumor Growth

During cancer, a tumor attracts blood and lymphatic vessels (known as angiogenesis and lymphangiogenesis, respectively) in order to consume more nutrients to continue its rapid growth. The immune system reacts causing inflammation, but isn't able to combat the cancerous growth. Subjects: biology, molecular, cellular, microbiology, pharmaceutical

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Health, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Blue Azure Butterfly

A blue azure butterfly. Drawn in color pencil. Personal art.

Keywords: Colored Pencil, Realism, Watercolor, Animals, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Dragonfly

This acrylic painting of a dragonfly was created for the National Science Foundation for a special report highlighting science using sensor technology to follow the movement of different animals. Scientists have created tracking devices small enough and light enough to sit on a flying dragonflies back.

Keywords: Acrylic, Realism, Technical, Animals, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Chesapeake Bay Meteor Impact

Nearly 35 million years ago a meteor or asteroid crashed into the Chesapeake Bay on the east coast of the United States creating a 12 mile wide crater. The last stage of the eocene, early mammals roamed the Earth when the mid-Atlantic coast had a tropical climate and vegetation. This scientific illustration was digitally painted for the National Science Foundation.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, Historical, Nature, Science, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

3-D Nano Channel

As nanotechnology advances, material scientists are working to improve the efficiency of the manufacturing process. Precise nano-channels and channel inlets effect the flow, allowing for control over the self-assembling nano-particles.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Futuristic, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Beauty of Biology

Artwork showing the complexity of biology and the many facets built upon theory. Created for the National Academy of Sciences.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Graphic, Technical, Editorial, Education, Science, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Supecool Water

Water molecules were studied inside nanopores, changing their properties. Digitally painted for the cover of Science News magazine.

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Nanowires Laser

A carpet of nanowires transmit light. By controlling the self-assembly of nanowires and their orientation, researcher Peidong Yang and his colleagues have created devices such as a wire that fires ultraviolet laser light.

Keywords: Design, Digital, Realism, Technical, Concept Art, Editorial, Education, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Vole Behavior

Prairie Voles males are devoted fathers, compared to the similar Montane voles who have no loyalty to their mates or family. Biology researchers found that random changes in the 'junk' DNA affect social behavior in male voles, leading to more fatherly, nurturing behavior. Digitally painted for the National Science Foundation.

Keywords: Digital, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Ocotillo

Watercolor painting of Joshua Tree in California. Personal art.

Keywords: Realism, Watercolor, Animals, Botanical, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Protein Creation

A look into a eukaryote cell to see how proteins are made. DNA in the nucleus is ‘read’ by RNA polymerase, then ribosomes in the cytoplasm produce an amino acid strand that folds into a functional protein. Digitally painted for the National Science Foundation. (science, biology, biochemistry, genes, genetics, health, medical, research)

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Quantum Entaglement

This illustration shows the odd physics phenomenon of quantum entanglement, measured by capturing the waves of light from 2 photon particles. When 2 particles are entangled, the state of the two particles is unknown. However upon measuring one, the state of the other is known without measurement, because it will always be equal but opposite.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Radioactive Microbes

Microbes two miles beneath the surface of the Earth, far from the energy of the sun, subsist on chemical reactions from radioactive rocks and water. Digitally painted for the National Science Foundation.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Solar Energy Concentrator

A thin layer of dye particles helps to absorb and transfer the energy of the sun, increasing the efficiency of current solar technology. Digitally painted for the National Science Foundation.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Technology, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Electrons Surfing a Plasma Wave

Physicists sent a laser pulse through plasma, and e- took the opportunity to surf the crest. This technology may help advance electron acceleration. 3D art digitally painted for Science News magazine.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Futuristic, Nature, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Peptide Membranes

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Nanospheres Attacking Cancer Cells

Nanospheres carrying drugs are targeted directly to the cancer cells. Digitally painted for CR magazine.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

National Science Foundation Hurricane Technology

Many different kinds of sensors, from ground based to airplane borne, help gather data about hurricanes in the hope of better understanding and thus predicting them.

Keywords: Digital, Technical, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Coral Bleaching Biology

When corals are stressed due too warm waters, toxins, or chemical imbalances in the water, they expel their symbiotic Zooxanthellae losing their color. If conditions don’t improve enough for the Zooxanthellae to move back in, the coral will die.

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Concept Art, Education, Nature, Scientific, Wildlife, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Flu Virus Molecular life-cycle

The virus that causes the flu, influenza A, has a complex lifecycle within our cells. It hijacks our cells machinery to replicate, and assembles itself using our own cell's membrane. After inserting its own proteins into the viral particles surface, it emerges ready to infect the next cell. Created for Dr. Jean of UBC. (biochemistry, dan, proteins, sick, viral, health, shot, vaccine, cellular, medical, cure, science)

Keywords: Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Information Graphics, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Mitochondria

Free radicals have been implicated in many diseases, and are thus studied by many cell biologists. This illustration shows the free radicals that are formed in the electron transport chain of the mitochondrial ATP generation. subjects: molecular biology, biochemistry, chemistry

Keywords: Colored Pencil, Digital, Line with Color, Pencil, Technical, Health, Information Graphics, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Forest Climate

The ability of forests to mitigate warming temperatures and climate change varies significantly between tropical, temperate and boreal forests. Scientists have found that boreal forests do not absorb as much carbon dioxide or cool by evaporation, but absorb more of the suns energy. Conversely, tropical and temperate forests strongly absorb CO2, and cool more by evaporation. This scientific illustration by Nicolle Rager Fuller was drawn for the National Science Foundation.

Keywords: Digital, Technical, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Alzheimer Neurons

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Drone

Drones, or unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAV), are controlled remotely for surveillance, and sometimes even missiles. Used extensively in recent military campaigns in the middle east. (technology, military, plane, air, missile, war, middle east, iraq)

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Technology

© Imagine Publishing

Angiogenesis

Cancer recruits new blood vessel growth to feed the expanding tumor in a process called angiogenesis. Scientists are working on drugs to prune back the blood vessels, helping other drugs find a more direct route to the tumor. Art digitally painted for CR magazine.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Carbon Cycle

Created for Dr. Andrew Jacobson to describe the carbon cycle. This scientific illustration was digitally painted by Nicolle Rager Fuller.

Keywords: Digital, Technical, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Car Sensors Making Driving Safer

In the near future cars will be equipped with sensor technology that communicates between vehicles so that drivers, say, can be alerted with ample warning to a car breaking for a family of ducks crossing the road. This 3D illustration was created for the Department of Transportation.

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Landscape, Science, Scientific, Technology, Transportation, Urban

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Carbon Biofuel

Growth factor receptors are critical to the healthy functioning of cells. In some kinds of cancer, growth factors become too much of a good thing, constantly signalling the cells growth to be switched on. Some chemotherapy drugs try to target these growth factor receptors to block the out of control signals. Digitally painted for CR magazine.

Keywords: Digital, Technical, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Technology, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Early Solar System Asteroid

This artwork shows the early solar system and how the gas giants–Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Uranus–were able to so quickly attain their size. This current theory postulates that 3-4.5 billion years ago the planets were much closer together, and they lacked the standard orbits they have today leading to a lot of jostling.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, Digital Sculpture, Concept Art, Education, Information Graphics, Landscape, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Alternative Power & Wave Energy

Researchers at Oregon State University are developing technology to harness the power of the ocean; a potential new alternative energy source. Digitally painted for the National Science Foundation. (science, energy, renewable, green, alternative, electricity, gas, oil, engineer, wave)

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific, Technology, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Extreme Life Locations

Microbes have been found living in the most extreme, strange environments. This cutaway of a section of hot-springs in Yellowstone shows microbes thriving in water that would be too hot for our survival. Digitally painted for the National Science Foundation. Subjects: biology, geology, bacteria, archaea

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Nature, Science, Scientific

© N.R. Fuller, NSF

Yo-yo Toy Mechanism

Ever wondered how a yo-yo works? This 3-d illustration shows an inside view of the yo-yo to reveal the ball-bearings that allow it to spin freely. Created for How it Works magazine, all rights beyond portfolio use transferred (please contact Sayo-Art for similar work).

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Information Graphics, Science, Scientific, Sports, Technology

© Imagine Publishing

Venom

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Education, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Colliding Bubble Universe

Some scientists theorize that our universe is one of many bubble universes, with the potential to someday collide with another. Digitally painted for Science News Magazine.

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Futuristic, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Optogenetics

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Animals, Medical, Nature, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Maize, Corn Genome

Watercolor and digital artwork for the National Science Foundation.

Keywords: Technical, Botanical, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Photosynthesis

New research suggests that our understanding of photosynthesis needs expansion to include quantum physics. When light hits a plant leaf, the energy seems to be transported as a coherent wave to the reaction center, rather than in the step-wise fashion originally thought. Subjects: biology, physics

Keywords: Digital, Line with Color, Pencil, Technical, Watercolor, Botanical, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Ugly African Animals

Aesthetically unappreciated animals of Africa drawn with color pencils. Including the vulture, wild dog, marabou stork, ostrich, warthog and hyena.

Keywords: Colored Pencil, Realism, Animals, Nature, Scientific, Wildlife

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Coal Mining

Keywords: Conceptual, Digital, Graphic, Concept Art, Industrial, Landscape, Political, Scientific, Technology, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Gastric Bypass Surgery

When weight loss has proved unattainable through other methods patients can turn to gastric bypass surgery. This illustration shows how the stomach and intestine are reconnected in the operation. Digitally painted for Science News magazine.

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Watercolor, Health, Information Graphics, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Taste Signaling

A soft touch to a technical subject, this pencil artwork shows the signaling molecules that alert our intestines' cells that sweet food is on the way. Subjects: biochemistry, biology, molecular

Keywords: Line with Color, Pencil, Technical, Education, Health, Information Graphics, Medical, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Wind Energy

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Education, Science, Scientific, Technology, Agriculture, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Eco-Footprint

The ecological footprint of a city, based on the resources it uses and the pollutants it uses, far exceeds its physical footprint.

Keywords: Conceptual, Design, Digital, Technical, Concept Art, Industrial, Information Graphics, Landscape, Science, Scientific

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

Birds Ecological Niches in Forest Succession

(Keywords: science; art; illustration; technical; information graphics; animals; landscape; ecology; nature; environment, forest, trees, woods, biology, processes; plants; earth, birds, sparrow)

Keywords: Realism, 3-D Rendering, Watercolor, Animals, Information Graphics, Nature, Science, Scientific, Wildlife, Environmental

© Nicolle Rager Fuller

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Nicolle Rager Fuller

Biography

Featuring art from Nicolle Rager Fuller, Sayo-Art specializes in illustrations that pull you in, and visually describe complex ideas and topics. Comfortable with conceptual, editorial pieces to technical infographics Sayo-Art can help develop artwork from start to finish or work with your team to help complete your vision.

Style/Techniques

Acrylic, Colored Pencil, Conceptual, Design, Digital, Graphic, Line with Color, Pastel, Pencil, Photoillustration, Realism, Stylized, Technical, 3-D Rendering, Watercolor, Digital Sculpture, Decorative, Floral, Interactive, Concept Art, CGI

Subject/Specialties

Animals, Book Covers, Botanical, Children, Children's Books, Editorial, Education, Family, Futuristic, Health, Historical, Industrial, Information Graphics, Landscape, Medical, Mystery, Nature, People, Political, Portrait, Religious, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Sports, Technology, Transportation, Wildlife, Agriculture, Masculine, Youth, Environmental, Urban