Hoang Creates New Illustrations for Scientific Publications

Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security – ©Dung Hoang/Furious Visual World

Science and learning are on our minds right now, as we look at some excellent new work created by Illustrator Dung Hoang for a number of scientific and educational magazines. These include The Scientist, Monmouth magazine and Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security.

The Scientist – ©Dung Hoang/Furious Visual World

For The Scientist, Dung created a piece that directly accompanies a recent article dealing with studies on effective thinking. A more urgent theme, however, is seen in his piece for Johns Hopkins, which explores the research on learning about (and ultimately, fighting) pandemic pathogens.

The Scientist – ©Dung Hoang/Furious Visual World

Monmouth Magazine “Gender-Based Violence” – ©Dung Hoang/Furious Visual World

To see more of Dung Hoang’s work, please visit Altpick.com.

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