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Genetics Department, Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche


The Miguel Herández University organizes a yearly science fair, Fecitelx, in which everyone, of all backgrounds and ages, can learn about Science and Technology in a fun and interactive way. Researchers in the Genetics department asked me to create visual content in the form of a poster for their stand in the science fair. The target audience was mainly non-specialized people of all ages, including children.


Based on written conted provided by the researchers, I designed two fun, eye-catching posters with colorful flat style illustrations appropriate for all audiences. In the event, the posters caught people's attention and encouraged them to approach the stand and talk to the researchers. In one of the posters, we included a 3D image of DNA that can be seen with red and blue glasses. The posters complemented further activities and learning games in the stand, but can also be used as stand-alone posters. 

These are the posters that I created for the science fair. On the following year, I had the pleasure of collaborating with the Genetics Department again to create an additional interactive activity for them: augmented reality molecules. Check it out here!

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I'm Cristina, a scientific illustrator and 3D artist based in Alicante, Spain.

I have scientific training as a biotechnologist, which I combine with my education and experience as a medical illustrator and 3D artist to create beautiful images to communicate your message. 


My goal is to make your project stand out with great design and eye-catching images, and to make your message easy to understand.

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