Scientific Illustrations

All Designs that Cell custom illustrations are hand-drawn to meet your needs. We draw our inspiration from other scientific illustrators, anatomical textbooks and our favourite graphic designers.

for Publication

We specialize in creating customized figures for publication. Whether you’d like a 
mechanistic pathway, graphical abstract or schematic, we’ve got you covered! Having a high-quality figure will enhance your publication and increase the visibility 
of your article. 

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Infographics

We create infographics to relay scientific concepts for scientific audiences or the 
general public. One of our previous projects featured here included topics of 
immunotherapy, informed consent, clinical trial procedures, and precision medicine.

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thesis projects

Undergraduate and graduate students understand the importance of a well-
communicated thesis. We illustrate images which are perfect for complementing your
thesis and can also be used for publications, academic posters or oral presentations.

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Educational Materials

We are thrilled collaborate with course coordinators and professors to create 
educational illustrations that complement course material. We have experience
designing custom visual content for courses such as biochemistry, microbiology, 
anatomy, and pharmacology.

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Content creation

We can help you develop and create content towards a successful science communication outreach strategy for your business. Whether you are aiming to grow your following on social media, recruit students to your laboratory or create an engaging science-focused Instagram, we have the team for you! 

Our awesome illustrator @mina_g88 just finished an illustration of the virus that causes COVID-19: SARS-CoV-2. Each viral particle is about 100 nanometres in diameter - that's so small that about 750 virions could fit on a cross-section of one human hair! 

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