Graphic Design

We make art for your science
Do you wish you could convert your research article into a single, approachable image? Is there a central theme in your research that you keeps returning? Do you get stuck converting technical speak into imagery relatable to the public? Soldrevet Chemistry and Outspoken Images combine our expertise to deliver what you need. The right visual profile can help you deliver your message.

Building a visual story
Soldrevet Chemistry and Outspoken Images have been making scientific art together since 2012. We can start from a sketch, an idea, or finished documents. We speak fluent science-ese and art-ese. Each image on this website has been created either by me, by Marie from Outspoken Images, or by both of us as a team. We cherish building visual stories and will ensure you are happy with the art we make for you.


Pencil sketch and digital art, joint work by Soldrevet and Outspoken Images.


Stylistic art
The image on the left conveys a complicated chemical process in a 3D sketch. I’ve used it for talking with undergraduate chemists and professors of physics. Soldrevet Chemistry will work with you to bring your science story to life at the right level of complexity for your audience.

This work is a pencil drawing by Outspoken Images with digital augmentation by Soldrevet Chemistry. It is the cover art for The Journal of Physical Chemistry on 31 July 2014.


Representation of complicated data
Presenting data is an art! Graphs can be pretty. Figures can be engrossing. We’re here to put that professional, attention-grabbing elegance on your data. Soldrevet and Outspoken Images can work with you toward sketches that capture an idea, stylized data that maintains scientific rigor, or straight-up “sciencey” data.

We don’t do data analysis, but we do transform numbers into something amazing. Soldrevet is happy to receive spreadsheets and send you back JPGs (or PDFs, or SVGs, or what you need). Our figures meet the rigorous standards of international journals.

Photography or Cartoonography

We make art for you. We can take photos on commission for you. What we make, you own. Our attention to detail ensures that your new art satisfies the needs of your science. We’ve presented to audiences on many levels of complexity. Customers enjoy the the construction that our visual themes build as they accompany their work. Think of our imagery as a scaffold for you to build around.

Our work has appeared in documents and presentations at international conferences, multi-faceted research projects, project proposals, academic journals, popular press articles, and meetings with the city council. Teach us what you need and we’ll deliver.


Some of our past projects

Journal cover art

Entire research proposal packages

Trade-show handouts

Central images for collaborative projects

Infographics

Posters and flyers

Slideshow backgrounds and themes

Re-representation of complicated data sets

Who are you and how do you work?
We know science, we know art. Both worlds have times of steady progress sprinkled with unforgiving deadlines. When you contract us for design, we deliver to you on time. You’ll have time for review, inspection by your collaborators, and suggestions for modifications. Our first (free) consultation meeting will help us learn each other and then decide whether we can satisfy each other’s requirements. Total duration can be under 24 hours for small projects, or weeks-to-months for large project.

First session without obligation
Use the form below to start your artistic journey with us. Prices depend on your needs and requests. Typical prices are about €100 for a single piece, or about €1000 for a complete visual theme as you might use in an EU proposal. We work until you’re satisfied.

Framework for execution

Initial consultation teleconference

Contract agreement + 50% payment

First sketches delivered + teleconference

Final payment + art delivery + teleconference

Build art for your sustainable science


Soldrevet Chemistry
soldrevet@gmail.com

Outspoken Images
mariewarnerpreston@gmail.com


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