Electron microscopic motifs of biological structures. In Photoshop elaborately colored. Large-format art calendar high-quality printed: Special illuminated inks, UV clear lacquer finishing. Manual wire-o-ring connection.
The LifeSciences Calendar 2021 is the 20th edition of the art calendar known among enthusiasts.
The images currently shown in the shop do not necessarily correspond to the version printed in autumn. This is a working version. We reserve the right to exchange motifs for editorial reasons. The final selection of images will be made on September 15th.
We offer our fan community and other interested parties the possibility to order the LifeSciences Calendar 2021 months prior to publication at an early bird rate (and pay immediately afterwards). Delivery will then be made from production completion (usually from the beginning of November) according to the receipt of the order.
The list price of the high-quality art calendar is 69.95 EUR (incl. VAT in Germany). We will start various early bird actions, but the discount will decrease as the time of real availability approaches.
The relatively high sales price of the LifeSciences Calendar takes into account the special effort involved in creating the image motifs and the extraordinary printing quality (ANIVA special colours, UV clear varnish finishing, extra protective film cover sheet, etc.) At the same time, we see ourselves induced to various discount campaigns to boost sales.
If you have been lucky enough to get one of the coveted COUPON, please enter its ACTION CODE in the field provided in the last step of the order process. The purchase price of the products in the shopping cart will then be reduced accordingly.
Discover the world of plants, insects and bacteria close up The science photographers Oliver Meckes and Nicole Ottawa, who have won numerous awards at the World Press Photo Award, will take you to the world of the scanning electron microscopy. Scientific photographs, rounded off by expert and informative texts This calendar also inspires the laity and has been awarded several times on the Stuttgart calendar show, most recently in 2011 with a bronze medal.
Art calendar/poster calendar
Meckes/Ottawa (eye of science, Reutlingen)
Publisher: Moosbaum GmbH
Languages (legends): D/E
Size: 49,5 x 68,5 cm
Printing: BVS, 200g/m2 wood free white matt, coated paper,
Scope: 13 pages, 800g/m2 back cover cardboard,
Table of contents and information about the author on the back
Processing: ring binding, shrink-wrapped in foil
Production period: Layout Sept. 2021, printing Sept. 2021/Oct. 2021
Available: from 45 KW 2021
eye of science
Nicole Ottawa, graduate biologist
1965 born in Leipheim/Danube 1985-1993 Study of biology at the "Freie Universität Berlin" with the degree Diplom- Biologin 1993-1994 Internship at the Institute for Scientific Photography, M. Kage, Schloss Weissenstein 1994 Course on scanning electron microscopy, University of Münster
Oliver Meckes, photographer
1963 born in Stuttgart 1976 first contacts to microscopy and photography 1979-1982 Apprenticeship as a photo retailer, beginning underwater and macro photography 1983-1985 Training as a photographer, Kirchheim unter Teck 1986-1989 Internship as microphotographer and 1989-1994 Activity as scientific photographer at the Institute for Scientific Photography, M. Kage, Schloss Weissenstein
1995 Foundation of eye of science in Reutlingen, acquisition and digitization of an analog SEM 2002 Relocation to own rooms optimized for the requirements of microscopy 2008 new digital field emission scanning electron microscope with high resolution and different vacuum modes
The Rasch Druckerei und Verlag GmbH & Co. KG is part of the Rasch group of companies (Tapetenfabrik Gebr. Rasch GmbH & Co. KG), a family-owned company that has existed since 1861 and today has almost 900 employees and sales of over 200 million euros; its products are exported to 65 countries.
Druckerei Rasch Rasch is an innovative printing company with recognized competence in the production of high-quality advertising material, books and catalogs and produces at its headquarters in Bramsche with **) employees. Demanding colour reproductions are their preferred profession, from the efficient pre-press stage to the highly productive and modern printing shop and the in-house bookbinding department.
The company has been certified according to DIN ISO 12647-2 Process Standard Offset Printing since 2006. Since then, the recertification audits, which take place regularly, have already been successfully completed several times. Furthermore, the quality management is continuously certified according to ISO 9001.