Tuesday, September 08, 2009
Renowned Illustrator Continues Work Despite Eye Injury
Alice Tangerini, well-known illustrator for the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, suffered an eye injury four years ago. She now has double vision in her right eye, and because she needs clarity to continue her lifelong work of illustration, she wears a patch on that eye and uses Photoshop to help her complete her work. Read the full story here.*
*Photoshop posted the story on Facebook; their link goes to NPR.