Molecular Visuals is a Berlin based studio,
creating illustrations and animations of life sciences.


What's it all about?

Molecular Visuals is founded on a postgraduate level understanding of molecular biology and over a decade of science communication experience. Immersed in the biomedical visualization community, through extensive networking, membership of the Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI), and attending EMBL's VISUALIZING BIOLOGICAL DATA (VIZBI) conference (2016, 2019, 2021). Using industry leading creative software, including Adobe CC, UCSF Chimera and Autodesk Maya, to create accurate, insightful and appealing life sciences illustrations and animations.

2020 Demo Reel 

Animated clips of various projects from the past year; 0:03​ mGluR GPCR activation and G protein release, 0:11​ SARS-CoV-2 virions with flexible Spike proteins, 0:17​ red blood cells flowing through a blood vessel, 0:24​ molecular surgery of rubisco and CABP release, 0:32​ computational microscopy imaging system, 0:38​ Cholera toxin with small intestinal microvilli in the background, 0:44​ anaphase of mitosis, 0:50​ mGluR GPCR crowding at the cell membrane. Software used; Autodesk Maya, mMaya, UCSF Chimera, Adobe Photoshop and After Effects.



Accurate, engaging and immersive illustrations and animations of life sciences and biomedical subjects in both 2D and 3D. Created for a range of purposes, including:

“Absolute dedication to put complex science in illustrations with an outstanding aesthetic appeal, combined with fast delivery and clear communication makes Molecular Visuals a perfect partner. ”

Tim Kaminski, Chief Scientific Officer, InSingulo


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