|Symbiartic by Glendon Mellow with helpful art direction by Kalliopi Monoyios.|
The new Scientific American blog network has launched this morning! And I'm on it!
Head over and say welcome to Symbiartic!
I'll be co-blogging with scientific illustrator Kalliopi Monoyios about art + science, scientific illustration, copyright issues, how new media change art, data visualization, science cartoons, comics, architecture, photography, fine art and much more. You may remember Kalliopi Monoyios from the blog An Eye for Science, sometimes featured on my Scumble posts. She was also the illustrator for the books Your Inner Fish by Neil Shubin and Why Evolution is True by Jerry Coyne.
I'm completely thrilled Kalliopi is joining me on this blog, she's tremendous fun and it's been a real collaboration while we worked on getting this ready behind the scenes. Read our introduction post, Visual Beings: Meet Symbiartic.
So what does this mean for The Flying Trilobite? A few changes. The Scumble science-art posts I use to highlight artists and artwork from the Science Artists Feed will be moving over to Symbiartic. There's so much good work out there, I like to try and highlight what I can, even if it's not a longer form blog post and analysis or interview.
The Flying Trilobite will still be the primary showcase for my own work, and work in progress, personal commentary and so on. Symbiartic will be myself as a fine artist and Kalliopi as a scientific illustrator (and both of us as geeks) discussing mainly other people's work, unless one of us has an event we want to post there.
Basically, The Flying Trilobite is all about me, and Symbiartic is all about the science-art movement and community.
And wait until you see what other blogs are on the new Scientific American blog network!
Head over to blog community editor Bora Zivkovic's welcome on The Network Central.
And thanks to all my Flying Trilobite readers and art-fans!
Check out Symbiartic!
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Original artwork on The Flying Trilobite Copyright to Glendon Mellow
under Creative Commons Licence.