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Juliet Percival
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International medical & line illustrator. UK

Juliet Percival

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Juliet Percival
Working from her studio in Durham, Juliet Percival is a medical and scientific illustrator who, in addition to communicating information precisely through her imagery, brings an individual and creative touch to every client’s project. Combining the anatomical knowledge she has from her training in physiology with a prodigious creative talent honed at Falmouth College of Arts, she offers a warmer aesthetic to what might otherwise be quite cold and clinical artwork.
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Juliet has been commissioned by clients including Dorling Kindersley, Usborne Publishing, Pan Macmillan, Condé Nast, SAGA, Wellcome Trust, Royal Society of Medicine, the Department of Health, Macmillan Cancer Relief, Ocean Media, Waitrose, At-Bristol and Pfizer.

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