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Octopus vulgaris, Common octopus

Octopus vulgaris, Common octopus

 

Octopus vulgaris, Common octopus
Image Number: 104-031
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Media Used: Pen and Ink
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Title: Octopus vulgaris, Common octopus
Customization: Available
Image Description:  This octopus was created as a sample spot illustration for a popular scientific publication.

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Dino Pulera`
BSc, MScBMC, Certified Medical Illustrator (CMI)

Dino pursued his undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto and received his Bachelor of Science (B.SC.) in zoology. He received his Masters of Science in Biomedical Communications MSc.BMC) from the University of Toronto in the Division of Biomedical Communications and Faculty of Medicine. He has worked for a biomedical art house as a medical and scientific illustrator and animator producing visuals, predominately for undergraduate textbook publications. He is currently working for a medical legal illustration and animation studio. Dino also operates his own freelance medical and scientific illustration studio. Dino has won several awards for his paleontological and anatomical illustrations including the John J. Lanzendorf Paleo Art Award by the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology for the best paleontological technical illustration and the Award of Excellence in Illustrated Medical Book by the Association of Medical Illustrators. His current freelance projects include illustrations of North American and Asian meat-eating dinosaurs and the second edition of his co-authored book, The Dissection of Vertebrates: A Laboratory Manual, published by Elsevier/Academic Press.

Dino is available for freelance work, and he offers his expertise with a diversity of media to express ideas in an aesthetically pleasing style to suit all your needs.

If you have any questions or comments regarding his work, please do not hesitate to contact him.

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