Artists & Prints
Exploratorium's curated artists.
Iris Gottlieb - Iris strives to make information less serious, more approachable, and easily accessible. Iris is the illustrator for The Art of Curiosity and illustrator and author of Seeing Gender: An Illustrated Guide to Identity and Expression, Seeing Science: An Illustrated Guide to the Wonders of the Universe and Natural Attraction: A Field Guide to Friends, Frenemies, and Other Symbiotic Animal Relationships.
Keith Newstead - Keith counts his childhood memories of the machines in the Penny Arcade at Southend as being one of the most important influences on his work. Keith collaborated with Learning Studio staff to construct all sorts of automata and models out of cardstock and paper. His Urban Angel used to be seen trying to rise up to heaven above the Tinkering Studio.
Emily Stoneking - Emily approaches her anatomical creations with an artisan’s touch and a sense of humor—they’re knit from soft wool and their organs are cheerful pastels. "I am not a scientist, but I play one on the internet."
Ernst Haeckel - (1834–1919) was a German-born biologist, naturalist, evolutionist, artist, philosopher, and doctor who spent his life researching flora and fauna from the highest mountaintops to the deepest ocean. A vociferous supporter and developer of Darwin’s theories of evolution, he authored philosophical treatises, gained a doctorate in zoology, and coined scientific terms which have passed into common usage, including ecology, phylum, and stem cell.