Community & eventsCreative & designScience CommunicationScience EverywhereScience in Art & CultureVisual arts Biology Gig Posters by Eva Amsen January 13, 2009 written by Eva Amsen January 13, 2009 Concert posters are usually much cooler than scientific seminar announcements, but the UNC Chapel Hill Biology Department breaks this trend with “gig posters” for visiting lecturers. Found in the easternblot Flickr pool.Save biologylecturespostersUNC 3 comments 6 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Eva Amsen Eva Amsen is a writer, science communicator and blogger. She has been writing about science and scientists in art/culture/life since 2005, both on this blog and for other sites and publications. Portfolio | Twitter | Contact previous post A Squishy Topic next post Nature Network in the news – interview on CBC Related Articles Twenty years later: My 1999 human genome op-ed July 25, 2019 Book box DIY project March 6, 2019 Making science art in Sims 4 January 29, 2019 Alternative periodic tables January 16, 2019 Share Your Sci website is now live! January 14, 2019 Launching soon: Share Your Sci December 31, 2018 How science got its start in art: Science... December 7, 2018 Science gift guide for Christmas (or other holidays) November 23, 2018 13 Science Halloween items on RedBubble October 15, 2018 Science zines and health zines September 30, 2018 3 comments Ricardipus January 15, 2009 - 1:45 PM Just outside my office is a poster for the “Genomics of Common Diseases” meeting at the Sanger Centre (2007 version). It features a double helix entirely made of Lego minifigure knights and soldiers. Is it cool? Is it geeky? Who can say. But I like it. If I ever remember, I’ll take a pic and put it in the Flickr pool (along with the other things I’ve submitted). Oh, and I used the Flickr upload tool once, to see if it worked (when it was new – and that time, it did). Since then, I always simply paste the html from the appropriate size photo page – it just seems easier, somehow. Eva January 15, 2009 - 2:34 PM I saw your earlier submissions! Some are in line for being featured on the blog. The line is not a very orderly line, though. Kind of like waiting for the bus. You don’t know if it comes, or when it comes, and it’s unclear who’s getting on there first, but eventually the bus comes, and everyone gets on there. Eva January 15, 2009 - 2:56 PM And I see you’re in Toronto! Which means you should come to this! Comments are closed.