• Welcome on

    Visualmedics

    Medical Illustration, Information Design,
    Digital publishing for the Healthcare Industry

  • Welcome on

    Visualmedics

    Medical Illustration, Information Design,
    Digital publishing for the Healthcare Industry

  • Welcome on

    Visualmedics

    Medical Illustration, Information Design,
    Digital publishing for the Healthcare Industry

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Welcome to our Medical illustration studio

Merging Art and Science

Visualmedics is a medical illustration studio, which aims at serving a wide range of purposes of the Healthcare sector as well as different audiences. Our expertise include the following services: Illustrations, information design, digital publishing, advertising of pharmaceuticals, academic publications and visual identity.

Our Services

  • Specialties
  • Process
  • Custom Medical Illustration

    Have a look at our illustrations, which were completed with great attention to detail. Our technical flexibility allows us to handle illustration requests in all possible formats and for different medias.

  • Information design, Infographics

    Allow your scientific message and data to be received effectively through the use of infographics and an outstanding presentation. Scientific infographics ensure you will get you
    messages across, effectively explaining complex concepts in a simple fashion.

  • Digital Publishing

    Also referred to as electronic publishing or e-publishing. Today most reading materials are delivered in this way. That is why we would like to encourage you to find out more about how you can combine our illustrations and text in a great eBook or App.

It all starts with a briefing

Each project is different and to get to know the subject we deal with, we need as much information as possible and gather sufficient reference material.

Producing the first sketches

After signing an agreement, we are at work and provide the client with rough digital sketches or a first discussion. From there onwards, the direction of the project is set

Corrections and revisions

We typically provide clients with 3 corrections rounds to tailor work as desired. Should this not be sufficient, we can agree on more corrections

Delivery of Finals

Delivery of finals is made in such way they can easily be handled by Editors, web agencies, or print office. We additionally can agree on production of shareable images for social media

Our Clients

Our clients come from the fields of science research, medical communication, Biotech & pharmaceutical, private health clinics. Our Our medical illustration studio serves as well advertising agencies, editorial & scientific publishers.

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Our Clients

We have co-operated with numerous international clients, have an insightful and passionate approach that delivers outstanding results. Our clients come from the fields of science research, medical communication, Biotech & pharmaceutical, private health clinics, advertising agencies, editorial & scientific publishing

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3 reasons why Pinterest is valuable to medical illustrators

June 27, 2016
How Pinterest can become a visualisation Studio’s valuable tool for brainstorming, research, and mood boarding. Pinterest, brainstorming, and medical illustration I recently changed a little my inspiration and workflow habits, and joined the long list of artists and illustrators using Pinterest. I cannot turn back for many reasons.  As many, I faced difficulties when collecting references online. Bookmarks alone simply did not work. When I discovered Pinterest I discovered I had much more pleasure during this painstaking task of collecting references. So here are my reasons: 01. It’s an inspiring search process To start with, Pinterest is to me a better alternative to Google image search and to stock images sellers. When searching for either medical illustration, anatomical reference, art, infographics or inspiration, Pinterest has a higher chance of showing results that are relevant to me. While Google search results are based on file names, page ranking and relevancies related to pages reputation, Pinterest shows me users “pinned” results. In other words, the results have already been filtered by users that expressed their liking for certain images. 02. A sketchbook online. Pinterest has become a clipping file I can reach anywhere, I can also use the description box for taking notes and add information. We, medical illustrators, are very visual, so making tutorials boards seems a great way to find back images online.  Another option which I haven’t checked but interested to do soon is to collect pictures and sketches and upload them on the same “sketchbook”. 03. Compiling mood- or reference boards I am often baffled to see how Pinterest makes illustration and infographic mood boarding easy. When sending a mood board to a client, they feel engaged to contribute adding more images to the mood collection. The mood board is always online as a subject reference, it can aid future projects or be shared, or to be turned secret for private reference. Last but not least, I can share all my boards and connect with fellow artists. I do like to share a few of these mood boards to give my contribution to the digital/medical artists. If you have any inputs or suggestions, I’d love to hear from you.

Learn more about history of medical illustration

June 2, 2016
Precise lines and rich, accurate details make medical illustration extremely useful in learning about the human body. When we turn on the computer to research a subject, we hardly stop to think how the graphic representation of the subject has evolved over time or the path it has taken to get there. Medical illustration has evolved along with medicine itself, but its progress has been impaired at times by religious and ethical concerns. For example, dissection of corpses was not permitted in medieval medical schools.  In Renaissance Italy, renowned artist Leonardo da Vinci also worked in the area of medicine, and by connecting with physicians and anatomists learned how to better represent the human body in his sculptures and paintings. Da Vinci made more than 1200 anatomic drawings that still serve as inspiration for medical illustrators to this day. Around this time, materials such as stone (for lithographs in different gradations) and metal feathers were discovered, which facilitated the execution and modernization of drawings. The press contribution to medical illustration With the advent of books and the press, there was a scientific revolution in anatomy. Corpses were dissected to study the human body structures, inspiring anatomists to write their own texts with illustrations based on their work. Press development in Brazil started in 1808, with metal and wood-engraved works. There are universities in Europe and the USA that offer scientific illustration courses, where it is possible to become specialized in medical illustration. Professionals in the field are highly valued and need to have excellent knowledge of anatomy and physiology, as well as constantly carrying out research to enhance their work. Exist 2 main associations supporting the illustrators in their careers, AMI.org for US professionals, AEIMS.eu for European professionals.   Medical illustration has also benefit from technological advances. Images are becoming increasingly more realistic, which in turn means they are more accurate for diagnoses and procedures, benefitting both doctors and patients. We rely on extremely qualified medical illustration professionals who studied and graduated either in medical illustration or biomedical communication, and offer services that respond to the most meticulous of demands from physicians. Our service extends to areas such as Europe, US and Latin America. 

How medical infographics assist on health explanations

April 21, 2014
Wow can medical infographics help with health explanations? From prehistoric times to the digital age infographics have helped in comprehending various subjects. Medical infographics contribute greatly to today’s medicine and science. The first maps were created thousands of years before writing. Maps have been found drawn on the walls of Turkish city Çatal Hüyük in 6200BC. Christopher Scheiner used graphics to illustrate his astronomy research about the Sun and in 1786 William Playfair published his first book with statistical graphs about the English economy. Perhaps this is the origin of infographics? Most likely. The first major contribution to infographics in the medical sector was likely from Leonardo da Vinci, who planned work with detailed drawings about comparative anatomy to study the human body and fetuses. Infographics are illustrations that help to explain aspects of a subject or theme that would not adequately be explained by text alone. They are commonly used in newspapers, maps, scientific and educational manuals, making the content more dynamic. They have as well become today’s strategic tools for researchers and science marketers, wishing to share their work through social media. This type of infographics are currently denominated tweetable infographics, or shareable infographics. How medical infographics help in the health sector Thanks to technological development, infographics can be constructed from photographs, drawings, 3D modeling, vector illustration and animation effects. It is important to know how to accurately convey the subject and to organize all the elements in a way that can be clearly understood. Medical infographics have been essential in the field since the first days of university studies, showing details of the human body, illustrating various procedures and explaining cells and pain stages. They can also be used to help future doctors, dentists and nurses become acquainted with any instruments and devices that are used in their profession. Medical infographics help diagnosis and communication between doctors and patients. They are important in illustrating surgery and studying the evolution of diseases. They are also of great value in the development and operation of prosthesis and implants, in both medical and dental fields.