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Juliet Percival
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Juliet Percival

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Juliet Percival
Working from her studio in Durham, Juliet Percival combines the anatomical knowledge she has from her training in physiology, with a prodigious creative talent honed at Falmouth College of Arts. She’s a medical and scientific illustrator who, in addition to communicating medical information, enjoys adding a creative and personal element to what might otherwise be quite cold and clinical pieces. The human body is beautiful, and she aims to fully appreciate its aesthetic value in her work.
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Dorling Kindersley
Usborne Publishing
Pan Macmillan
Science Press Ltd
Chrysalis Books
Conde Nast
IPC Media Ltd
EMAP Esprit
Wellcome Trust
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