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Weird (Careers in) Science: Scientific Illustrator Julius Csotonyi finds inspiration in his own backyard
June 6, 2012 · Be The First To Comment

It’s time for another installment of Weird (Careers in) Science! Today, we’d like to introduce you to a life-long artist who found a way to pair his interest in art with a fascination with all things scientific. How? Let’s find out. Meet Julius T. Csotonyi. With degrees in biology, microbiology and ecology, Csotonyi found his […]

The Science of Paleoart
October 30, 2008 · 3 Comments

Have you ever looked at a fossilized bone, then at a colorful mural depicting the diversity of prehistoric life and wondered how scientists get from one to the other? Julius Csotonyi – and many other paleoartists like him – work with scientists and information from their latest discoveries to bring fossils to life for visitors to museums […]

Blog Contest: Draw a Dinosaur!
October 7, 2008 · 4 Comments

“Leonardo da Vinci said: “I don’t understand a thing ‘till I draw it.” When you draw, your finger tips teach your brain what’s important.” Dr. Bakker paraphrased Leonardo da Vinci in his recent post, Draw Dinos Right, to explain why great  paleontologists tend to be great artists, too. Now that the world premiere of Dinosaur […]



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