Of course I said no, but then Craig smacked me in the head with a Papo Pachyrhinosaur and reminded me what an awesome website and useful resource Ask a Biologist is! If you haven't been before, drop everything and go. NOW! Wouldn't you like to know how accurate is "Primeval" is? Is it possible for dinosaur DNA to be preserved? Bear vs Lion - who would win?!?
What Dave and us would love to see is Ask a Biologist gaining popularity with kids and within schools, and becoming a more commonly used resource! Can you help us with this?
So the challenge goes out to create media that captures what Ask a Biologist is all about. They are looking for:
- posters - A4 or 8.5x11 sizes, easy to distribute digitally or print, so teachers can pin up!
- blog icons - side bar-sized or post-sized, easy to upload and eye-catching!
As long as the logo and the website (below) are included, anything goes! Portrait or landscape. Dinosaurs, horses, lions, ants, trees. Add some questions and answers. Collage, photos, digital, paint, whatever! Examples of what Dave is sort of looking for can be seen on Ask a Biologist's facebook group. But we, as ART Evolvians, can do better!
One more thing: artists are welcome to add their names / websites to their posters if they want (though obviously not too big so that the main Ask a Biologist message gets through! ;-) Artists should also recognise that all artwork submitted will be distributed online and in the real world, so you may not want to put their most prized work out there!
All work sent in (to email@example.com) will be posted here on ART Evolved, as well as online with Ask a Biologist so that people can pick and use whichever posters and icons they like! Join the Ask a Biologist Initiative!
The website for Ask a Biologist is www.askabiologist.org.uk
The font used in the Ask a Biologist logo is Myriad Pro Black and Myriad Pro Bold.
Below are several logos to download and use in your posters:
Thanks so much for supporting Ask a Biologist! I can't wait to see what you come up with! Questions can be addressed in the comment section. Awesome!