News, essays, art, and anything else inspired by science
2SER has given me a regular weekly segment to discuss science news. Yabbadabbadoo.
Cactus-inspired fuel cell membrane — oil painting and radio spot.
CSIRO recently developed a new way to harvest stem cells for leukaemia patients (comic).
CSIRO recently sequenced a part of a bat's genome, revealing how they might stave infections (comic).
One of Australia's only active volcanoes — Big Ben — erupts. Here's my article and radio appearance on the story.
The feeling of 'wetness' seems to be no more than an illusion.
My two artworks for the book 'Secret Lives of Carnivorous Marsupials' (2017).
Our insides are a terrarium: biodiverse with bacteria, fungi, and more; it's an evolving ecosystem.
Graphic for ANU's sci-comms pamphlet.
The Ascent of Pokemon - Graphical representations of the evolutionary history of some Pokemon species.
A speculation on the benefits of rehearsing conversations internally.
'Where's Wallaby?' A game to find our native flora and fauna (and fungi) to celebrate the Atlas of Living Australia.
A Garfield parody I drew up for a CSIRO press release about 'space lasagne'.
A time-lapse video I did for Refraction Media and their work in STEM.
A collection of arthropod illustrations.
Here are my latest illustrations of great CSIRO research: New Horizons Pluto flyby, and the submarine Sydney volcanoes.
My next commission is for the Logan City Council in Queensland, who are restoring Slacks Creek, a tributary of Logan River.
Animation and time-lapse: Top 7 eggs in CSIRO's national egg collection.
My tuna pixel art for a gallery event about sustainable seafood.
I did a time-lapse painting and post production animation of the newly discovered 'Dinosaur' or 'Enigma' moth (Aenigmatinea glatzella).
I sat down to draw some arthopods in various media. Beetle larvae, ladybird spider, psyllid, and scales in pen, water colour, and pencils.
A comic inspired by a talk I saw by JP Higham from NYU's anthropology department where the colour of monkeys' body parts take advantage of the red-green colour blindness of cats.
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