Lives in science is an Arts Council funded project celebrating 50 years of the John Innes Centre in Norwich. I wanted to inspire young people by telling stories about science through its scientists, showing who a scientist really is personally, and through their practice. Each of the six final art works is designed around a different area of cutting-edge research currently being conducted at this global centre of excellence, and aims to convey the life of the people behind the science.
Accompanying the art works is a full colour 36pp brochure, available to school for free on request direct to me. (see downloadable pdf attached) There is also a detailed blog for the project that contains fine detailed writing as a diary during the project itself and the process of drawing in the studio.
see: PDF of Brochure