This illustration is an observational study created from multiple anatomical specimens and models, as part of the gross anatomy course in the Biomedical Communications. This goal of the piece is to communicate key anatomical features of the human skull in lateral view.
Client: Prof. Dave Mazierski
Audience: undergraduate medical students
Format: print (textbook)
Medium: carbon dust, Adobe Illustrator
Date: October 2017
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2. Rohen, J. W., Lütjen-Drecoll, E., & Yokochi, C. (2011). Color atlas of anatomy: A photographic study of the human body (7th ed.). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.