Science and Ink - Color Edition
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Science and Ink - Color Edition : Archives of Largely Scientific Cartoonistry - In Colour

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Nick D Kim is a New Zealand scientist and cartoonist whose science and general cartoons have appeared online since 1995 under the titles "Strange Matter," "Lab Initio," "Nearing Zero," and "Science and Ink." Nick's cartoons have always attracted a significant following among scientists around the world and frequently feature on laboratory and office walls, in lecture notes and thesis front-pages, and a range of science and other periodicals such as "Annals of Improbable Research" and "Phoenixine" in connection with which Nick has received three Sir Julius Vogel Awards. This book features the best of Nick's cartoons of the last twenty years - a full set of 310 images in the online archive at time of publication. This is the first time that Nick's cartoons have been published together in a single anthology. (Note that this title refers to the glorious but more expensive color edition of this book. About 80% of cartoons on the "scienceandink.com" website are colored, and in this higher print-quality edition these are beautifully rendered in full color. There is also an inexpensive greyscale edition of this book with otherwise identical content.)show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 344 pages
  • 215.9 x 215.9 x 20.57mm | 766.57g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 150755933X
  • 9781507559338

About Dr Nick D Kim

Dr Nick D Kim is a New Zealand scientist and cartoonist with a background in environmental, analytical, forensic and toxicological chemistry, and environmental health. In his professional life he has worked as both an academic and a regulatory adviser with local government, and is currently teaching environmental health at Massey University in Wellington. Nick is married with three adult children, and he and his partner currently share their living environment with one flat-coated retriever, two devon rex cats, one invalid goldfish, and an interesting assortment of arthropods.show more