Schroeer Scientific Illustration provides elegant and accurate illustrations of scientific and medical content, with a specialty in entomological illustration.  We work with our clients to determine the best visual solutions for each project.  The style and content of each drawing is tailored to reach the intended audience, whether entomologists, students, or the general public. Insect illustrations can be created in black and white, tonal, or full color, as required.  Whether our clients desire entomological artwork with a classical or contemporary look, we provide the look our clients desire. Entomological art projects are completed on or before deadline, with clarity and elegance.

We bring to projects a lifetime of keen observation, skills in rendering, and the determination to advance science by promoting a clear understanding of concepts and processes. Our solid educational background and work experience give us an edge over the competition.

Before beginning a new entomological illustration project, clients provide us with relevant information including:  the number and final printed size of the illustrations, their intended audience, printing format, whether black and white, tonal, or color illustrations are needed, and deadline.  The desired content of the illustrations must be made clear before work can proceed. Please call or email to discuss potential projects. We're available to answer any questions you have.

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Clients include:

Novartis Animal Health US, Inc.

Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research



California Academy of Sciences

Storey Publishing

NC State College of Veterinary Medicine

C&M Medical Services

Cannonball Agency

Dartmouth Press

Seed Magazine

Pace Communications

Bayer Advanced

Real Image Designs

Zed Communications