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Eureka! No 2: Bryan Olson

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Eureka! No 2: Bryan Olson

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In this series we ask some of our favourite illustrators to choose a significant breakthrough in the history of science or medicine and do what they do best - illustrate it!

 

Bryan Olson creates images which open portals into other worlds. He often returns to the themes of nature, architecture, space, and time through his dream-like collages. He is a self-taught artist who works from his studio in North Carolina, and his clients include Wire Magazine, the Wellcome Trust, New Scientist and Om Recordings. 

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Bryan created an exclusive illustration for PRN on the theme of space exploration:

"Space exploration is something I have always been interested in.  It is pushing the boundaries of what is possible.  It's taking a huge risk without knowing the outcome.  So much is yet to be discovered and may never be.  These ideas exist within collage but on a way smaller scale.  I never really know what the outcome is going to be but most of the time, something beautiful is discovered."


EUREKA! We asked some of our favourite illustrators to choose a significant breakthrough in the history of science or medicine and do what they do best - illustrate it! In the first of the series illustrator Pierre-Paul Pariseau pays tribute to Dr Ignaz Semmelweis.

EUREKA!

We asked some of our favourite illustrators to choose a significant breakthrough in the history of science or medicine and do what they do best - illustrate it! In the first of the series illustrator Pierre-Paul Pariseau pays tribute to Dr Ignaz Semmelweis.


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