Scientific Images That Inspire

Scientific Images That Inspire

This Deadline Expired: Friday, September 18, 2020

Are you interested in a larger platform to share your artwork?

Do you believe in the power of art to change the way people see the world?

Open Scholar is building an image library for their world class clients, composed of 25,000+ researchers, scientists and faculty at labs, institutions and prominent universities around the United States.

Join a community of artists and designers whose imagery brings to life a network of powerful, connected research websites.

If you’re an artist or medical or scientific illustrator who wants to share your work with a broader community, they want to hear from you.

Their clients are looking for innovative, inspiring and beautiful images to bring their scientific websites and mission to life.

Open Scholar is looking for images representing these categories:
· Nature, wonderment & curiosity
· Connection, collaboration & teams
· Science, medicine & labs
· Research, discovery & innovation

If you are selected, your work will become part of a curated collection of images that are accessible through OpenScholar’s platform. When your work is published online, it will include a credit with your name and a link to your biography page on OpenScholar so that viewers can learn more about you and your work.

The submission deadline is September 18, 2020.

Learn more and submit here

Lee Lippman
Sam Koren
Leora Brecher
Florence Weisz

My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and…

My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and searching for innovative ways to express each visual theme. …

My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and searching for innovative ways to express each visual theme. …

Patrick Coughlin

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic…

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic spaces that house it. Patrick’s studio practice currently resides in Philadelphia…

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic spaces that house it. Patrick’s studio practice currently resides in Philadelphia Pennsylvania…

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