Hi there! I am writing to bring you good news: We have a lot of new scientific illustrations and all them are available for you.

On this post you’ll see the newest scientific illustrations available but keep in mind that these figures below are only a small sample of our complete library. To access all illustrations just start using mind the graph. If you missed the latest illustrations, check out what is new for you.


Eurasian blackbird – male and female 

eurasian blackbird illustrations

Insects: Order Odonata

odonata insects illustrations

Scalert king – snake mimicry

scarlet king snake illustration

Male spotted deer

male animal

Male phlebotomine

Male phlebotominae


microalgae bloom

microalgae bloom


Cyperus rotundus

cyperus rotundus

Spider Lily

spider lily

Cell biology

Cell fusion

cell fusion glycoprotein

Elastin like polypeptide

elastin like polypeptide


I want to use life science illustrations from mind the graph. How can I do that?

Mind the Graph is an online platform that allows scientists and teachers to create their own presentations, papers and graphical abstratcs in an atractive and professional way. So, you can try it for free and check all the illustrations available. Besides that, you can combine the figures with shapes, charts, text and upload your own images to make an entire presentation. You can be a free user as long as you want but you will have limited features.

However, with a few dollars per month you can experience unlimited features. In addition, you will be able to request new illustrations at no extra cost. Actually, most of our illustrations are based on requests from our subscribers. Amazing, right?

We also have a help center with several tutorials and our terms of use.

Feel ready to start?

mind the graph scientific illustrations


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