This magazine spread, explaining the different stages of iron-deficiency anemia, was created for a pathology course in the Biomedical Communications program. The goal of the assignment was to communicate the pathological progression of a disease at the appropriate gross, cellular, and/or molecular scale.
Prof. Shelley Wall
Print, 11 x 17"
Tissue landscape study
A study of bone marrow tissue.
Tissue cubes study
A study of the bone marrow through the stages of iron-deficiency anemia.
Experiments in composition and layout.
Experiments in color palettes.
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