Marie Neurath is responsible for creating dozens of educational illustrated books from the 40s-70s, that helped kids learn about scientific topics ranging from nuclear physics to reproduction.
Leading a collaborative team of researchers, artists and writers, Marie used popping colour and gorgeous simplified illustrations to transform complex scientific topics into easy to read, fun and engaging infographics – that kids could learn from and be inspired by.
There is a virtual version of the exhibition that documents Marie’s transformation from early ideas for picture books, research documents and initial sketches to final page spreads and bold book covers.
Catch it now here…
Images – House of Illustration.