acidity (TV set art) (5)

Of note: This information graphic artwork is part of a series featured in Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Refer to the post Quick & Easy (Food) Science Art! to read about the governing process and all the topics […]

maillard reaction (TV set art) (4)

Of note: This information graphic artwork is part of a series featured in Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Refer to the post Quick & Easy (Food) Science Art! to read about the governing process and all the topics […]

elasticity (TV set art) (3)

Of note: This information graphic artwork is part of a series featured in Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Refer to the post Quick & Easy (Food) Science Art! to read about the governing process and all the topics […]

emulsion (TV set art) (2)

Of note: This information graphic artwork is part of a series featured in Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Refer to the post Quick & Easy (Food) Science Art! to read about the governing process and all the topics […]

viscosity (TV set art) (1)

Of note: This information graphic artwork is part of a series featured in Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Refer to the post Quick & Easy (Food) Science Art! to read about the governing process and all the topics […]

quick & easy (food) science art!

This post discusses the process behind designing the edible (food) science illustrations (Viscosity, Emulsion, Elasticity, Maillard Reaction and Acidity) that were featured in the Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Basically, I was in charge of the whole design […]

doin’ my own research, gathering my own understandin’

The typical design process on science illustrations (or any educational illustrations) involves me conducting a lot of research on my own, so I can figure out what is most important to show, to clarify the big idea needing representation, and to figure out how to translate the abstract concepts into visual form. I am, also, […]

vector vs pixel

I use Illustrator for a lot of my graphic work because it is not resolution based, allowing a drawing to be made bigger or smaller without any damage or loss of quality. Unlike Photoshop or other pixel (resolution) based photo editing software, Illustrator is a vector based drawing program. A shape is made out of […]