BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS
Hendler G, Miller JE, Pawson DL, Kier PM (1995) Sea stars, sea urchins and allies: Echinoderms of Florida and the Caribbean. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC. 390 pp.
Emiliani C (1992) Planet Earth: Cosmology, Geology, and the Evolution of Life and the Environment. Cambridge University Press, NY.
Preston J, Johnson J (1990) Clinical Psychopharmacology Made Ridiculously Simple.  Medmaster Press, Miami, FL. (cover illustration)
Cohen N (1988) Gravity's Lens: views of the new cosmology. Wiley & Sons, NY
Emiliani C (1988) The Scientific Companion: exploring the world through facts, figures and formulas. John Wiley & Sons, NY.
Goldberg S (1988) Clinical Biochemistry Made Ridiculously Simple. Medmaster Press, Miami.
Littman M (1988) The Planets Beyond: discovering the outer solar system. John Wiley & Sons, NY.
Voss GL (1988) Coral Reefs of Florida.  Pineapple Press, Sarasota, FL.

A selection of illustrations made for scientific and popular publications, and a few unpublished.

 

Zoological laboratory aboard HMS Challenger with (l. to r.) Charles Wyville Thompson, Henry Moseley, and Rudolph von Willemoes-Suhm. Pen and ink. Unpublished.

Lithoherm biozonation schematic. Pen and ink. Figure 4 in Messing CG, Neumann AC & Lang JC (1990) Biozonation of deep-water lithoherms and associated hardgrounds in the northeastern Straits of Florida. Palaios 5(1) :15-33. 

Major external features of a sea urchin (detail). Pen and ink. Fig. 107 IN: Hendler et al. (1995) Sea Stars, Sea Urchins, and Allies: Echinoderms of Florida and the Caribbean. Smithsonian Institution Press.

Sea cucumbers (Holothuroidea). Pen and ink. Unpublished.

French butterflyfish (Chaetodon guyanensis) and Spanish flag (Gonioplectrus hispanus). Watercolor. In Messing CG (1987) To the Deep Reef and Beyond. Published privately for Research Submersibles, Ltd.

Snake stars Asteroschema sp. (top) and Asteroporpa annulata. Watercolor. In Messing CG (1987) To the Deep Reef and Beyond. Published privately for Research Submersibles, Ltd.

Flower coral, Eusmilia fastigiata. Pen and ink. Part of cover design for the Third International Coral Reef Symposium, Miami, 1977, vol. 1

Crinoid, Holopus alidis. Pen and ink. Figure 4d in Roux M, Messing CG & Ameziane N (2002) Artificial keys to the genera of living stalked crinoids (Echinodermata). Bulletin of Marine Science 70(3): 799-830.

Brontosaur and Pteranodon (circa age 8). Note that I had the upright posture over a decade before anyone else. Crayon and pencil on shirt cardboard.

I really did want to be a paleontologist, but clearly marine biology was in the back of my mind early on (circa age 8). Crayon on shirt cardboard.

My interest in microscopic life was inspired by Life Magazine's compilation, The World We Live In (1955). Crayon on shirt cardboard.