I’m becoming a vision scientist, slowly. This means study, which breeds research. While I don’t yet have my own experiments to publish in journals like that of the Vision Sciences Society, that doesn’t stop me from using my art training to go for the cover.
My cover image submission for the VSS 2007 journal, after Tootell’s 1982 study of the macaque striate cortex. Tootell’s research confirmed a startling, beautiful, and strange fact about the structure of the brain: the structure of the primary visual cortex reflects the projection of the world onto our retinas.
In the back of your skull is a chemical print of my website.