Scientifically accurate, compelling visual communications that help engage audiences and elucidate understanding.
Award-winning medical & biological visual communications services
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Engage. Educate. Communicate.Through scientifically accurate, compelling visual communications, we help you engage audiences and elucidate understanding, leading to better, more informed choices.
Black and white, color, form, perspective, light and shadow. Pencil, pen, watercolor, carbon dust, pixels, vectors, and voxels. Databases, design, frameworks and interactivity. Visualizations.
Human form, anatomy & physiology, cells & molecules, macrocosms, the microbiome, nanoparticles, biodiversity, reactions, mechanisms, interactions, and synthesis.
Illustration, Illumination and Interpretation. Story-telling. Engagement, translation and narration. Design, flow and architecture. Science explained; clarity we seek.
Stories and solutions. Education and elucidation. The bottom line. You get it, and now, you can make an informed decision.
From researcher to reader; practitioner to patient;
Understanding is Essential
innovator to investor; scientist to student;
communicate science effectively with their intended audience.
The Up/Start Venture Competition, an initiative of MICApreneurship, focuses on incubating and building creative business ventures within the MICA community. Working with industry partners, UP/Start provides mentorship and capital to help nurture ideas into sustainable businesses…read more
Fairman Studios LLC, founded by Jennifer Fairman, took home the top funding prize in the MICA’s third annual UP/Start Venture Competition. The final leg of the competition was held Thursday evening on MICA’s Baltimore campus. Eight student and alumni-led companies competed for more than $100,000 in prizes…read more
Jennifer ‘Jeni’ Fairman ’17 (Business of Art & Design M.P.S.) never thought she would be a business owner. After receiving her first Masters degree in medical and biological illustration from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Fairman envisioned her life post-grad, where working for an employer for a myriad of years would be the norm…read more