International Year of Chemistry 2011 posters by Simon C. Page

International Year of Chemistry 2011 posters by Simon C. Page

International Year of Chemistry 2011 posters by Simon C. Page

International Year of Chemistry 2011 posters by Simon C. Page

International Year of Chemistry 2011 posters by Simon C. Page

I’m a firm supporter of the sciences, even though most of the time I can’t comprehend the things being done. So when I got an impassioned email from a reader I had to do something. From Sarah:

Wondered if you would be interested in creating an article about the International Year of Chemistry which was this year 2011? There seems to be a distinct lack of PR around it and I would hate for it to go unnoticed being a scientist myself. Simon did a great job in 2009 for the International Year of Astronomy with his posters and it would be nice to get some interest and awareness made about this via his work.

I posted about his posters back in 2009 and it’s great to see him back at it again. For his 2011 posters he’s celebrated famous figures who’ve helped in the field of chemistry, folks you may know like Albert Einstein and Marie Curie. I love the simplicity of these posters and the choice of type is particularly well done as well.

You can see the entire series by clicking here.

Bobby

6 Comments International Year of Chemistry 2011 posters by Simon C. Page

  1. Marks Eye November 9, 2011 at 2:59 PM

    Hurrah for science and design. Really nice to see design being used to promote like this – why isn’t this guy doing the Olympic posters?

  2. Erin November 9, 2011 at 3:01 PM

    Love these. Thanks for sharing…

  3. Simon C Page November 9, 2011 at 3:13 PM

    This is great so pleased to see people reaching out like this and obviously so passionate about science. Sarah please contact me I’d love to send you a poster to thank you.

  4. Chelsey November 9, 2011 at 9:08 PM

    These are really great. I love the look of science themed pieces.

  5. Z. Urbina November 9, 2011 at 9:27 PM

    platform of my future campaign:

    “Science = jobs. Urbina for President 2020”

  6. JonnyS November 10, 2011 at 11:47 AM

    Simon is killing it again absolutely love these.

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