Thomas Cook travel magazine asked Tina Zellmer to create a map
illustration about their caribbean cruise story, including the coastline
of Orlando, and the islands of Haiti, Jamaica and Cozumel (Mexico) –
which are the destinations which they visited and stopped off at.
I made the new cover and a little spot illustration for Pharmacy Practice.
One of the features of the magazine is on the Pharmacist’s role for Zika
prevention and awareness. The spot illustration is on the topic of
The updated site includes changes to design and navigation for both, mobile and desktop versions. I’ve also improved the structure of my content. The news-page is new, the contact page is new too, well all is new really :) And, coolest of all: I have added a little shop that I am very happy about. There’s a whole list of small but impactful changes, all to make your experience on my site much better for you. Special thanks to Federico Guzzardi, for helping me realize this adventure.
I hope you like the new website, and if you have any feedback, please let me know.
“For nearly a decade, academics and others
have said that technology could revolutionize the communication
abilities of people on the autism spectrum. That hasn’t happened yet.
Part of the reason is that the field is pretty niche. A number of well
regarded app producers are small operations started by people who
developed something to help their own loved ones. These ground breakers
inadvertently stunt innovation because their goal is to develop ways of
automating pre-existing, tried and true (but cumbersome) tasks, not
create novel approaches. Another factor is that academics can’t keep up
with tech. Hundreds of apps flood the market faster than you can
assemble a long-range study to evaluate efficacy. So no app has been
deemed a gold standard.
But at least one piece of tech is threatening to break the mold. On
the horizon, an app called :prose and its associated gear may be able to
link a user’s thoughts to a speaking aid. This may make it possible for
someone with even the most severe physical limitations to develop an
amount of autonomy over their own language.” (Soni Sangha)
Der Kunde 'Viertausendhertz' ist süchtig geworden: schon wieder eine neue Illustration. Diesmal für einen kuratierten Podcast-Kanal mit exklusiven Einzelstücken, Miniserien und
Audioexperimenten. Ein Ort für Neues. Der „Mixer“ bringt Euch
Reportagen, Dokumentationen und Klangkunst von ausgewählten Autor*innen
Congratulations: Tina is now an official art and creative therapist! She has just passed her exams and is ready to give you an insight in the possibilities for personal development through art, by triggering your thoughts with new impulses.
is about seeing STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) studies in a Platonic light.
We risk becoming a society of technological prowess and philosophical illiteracy.
We are on the verge of becoming the best trained, and least educated, society
since the Romans. And reducing the humanities to a type of soft science
will only hasten this trend. As the sciences rightly grow, a free society
must ensure that criticism of the sciences grows apace.
for Axel ;) and other readers who are interessted in the whole article:
Tina arbeitet an einer neuen Postkarte. Diesmal werden lauter Bäume zu sehen sein - Bäume im Winter genauer gesagt. Die kleinen feinen Äste und Zweige zu zeichnen dauert lange und beschert unserer Künstlerin den ein oder anderen Krampf in ihren Fingern.
Tina did this illustration for Walrus & the Bear, an art historian turned podcast-producer. Walrus
will bring you compelling stories from Berlin, alternated with
reflections on its controversial history. Because it is only after you
understand Berlin’s central role in so many historic conflicts, that you
can fully appreciate the unique situation Berlin is in today. Want to know more? check this link: http://viertausendhertz.de/walrus-and-the-bear/
Tina Zellmer worked together with the Royal Society of Chemistry for the Chemistry World magazine
The article is about how scientists can extract proteins and DNA samples from the bones of prehistoric animals, but there is a question over how long proteins can really survive and therefore how accurate the results of this research are.
hach, das macht mich jetzt doch auch ein bisschen stolz. eine zeitschrift, mit der ich aufgewachsen bin und die ich für eine der besten frauenzeitschriften halte: und ich steh' drin, mit einer wunderschönen kleinen alaska karte.... freu!