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Science Inspired Art Collection

Showcase your love of Science with prints from the fields of biology, physics, mathematics, space, medicine and more

Choose a picture from our Science Inspired Art Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Science-Inspired Art gallery at Fine Art Storehouse features a unique collection of high-quality images that combine artistic expression with scientific concepts and themes. From abstract representations of atoms and molecules to stunning depictions of the universe and the natural world, our collection showcases the beauty and complexity of science in all its forms. Each image is presented in high-resolution and vivid color, capturing the intricate details and patterns found in the natural world and beyond in a range styles and techniques, including digital art, traditional painting, and photography.

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Science Inspired Art Collection: Paleontology Art Illustrations

Paleontology Art Illustrations Collection
264 items

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Hygienic Gymnastics Illustrations

Hygienic Gymnastics Illustrations
A artistic collection of digitally restored, black and white, engraved gynmastics illustrations of exercises for a healthy lifestyle!

Science Inspired Art Collection: The Human Heart

The Human Heart Collection
73 items

Science Inspired Art Collection: The Human Brain

The Human Brain Collection
166 items

Science Inspired Art Collection: Coronavirus Conceptual Art

Coronavirus Conceptual Art Collection
7 items

Science Inspired Art Collection: SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) Inspired Art

SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) Inspired Art Collection
105 items

Science Inspired Art Collection: Illustrations & Artwork

Illustrations & Artwork Collection
192 items

Science Inspired Art Collection: Animal Wildlife

Animal Wildlife Collection
71 items

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Ufo above planet surface, illustration

Ufo above planet surface, illustration

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Dental implant, illustration

Dental implant, illustration
3d illustration of a dental implant in the mandible

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: coronavirus, 3d render

coronavirus, 3d render

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Starling murmuration

Starling murmuration
Large common starling (Sturnus vulgaris) murmuration in the evening before roosting. Photographed near Yeruham, Negev, Israel

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Brain anatomy engraving 1895

Brain anatomy engraving 1895
Encyclopedia Britannica 9th Edition Vol I New York, Samuel Hall 1878

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Human Heart Anatomy 1888

Human Heart Anatomy 1888
Illustrated Natural History of the Three Kingdoms Illustrierte Naturgeschichte der drei Reiche Franz StrAÔé¼ssles - Wilhelm Nitzschke, Stuttgart 1888

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Praying mantis head

Praying mantis head, close up

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: The Periodic Table Digital Illustration

The Periodic Table Digital Illustration
In the late 19th century, Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev published his first attempt at grouping chemical elements according to their atomic weights

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Cross section illustration of human brain showing limbic system and primitive forebrain

Cross section illustration of human brain showing limbic system and primitive forebrain

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Artwork of a spinosaurus dinosaur

Artwork of a spinosaurus dinosaur
Spinosaurus (meaning spine lizard ) was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus at, according to one estimate, up to 18m in length

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Mitosis, LM

Mitosis, LM
Mitosis. Light micrograph of onion (Allium cepa) root tip cells undergoing mitosis (nuclear division). Magnification: x600 when printed at 10 centimetres wide

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Anatomy of the human brain, lithograph, published in 1876

Anatomy of the human brain, lithograph, published in 1876
Anatomy of the human brain. Lithograph, published in 1876

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Normal knees, X-ray

Normal knees, X-ray
Normal knees. Frontal X-ray of the flexed knees of a 24 year old patient

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Hands, X-ray

Hands, X-ray

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Private jet in the clouds, illustration

Private jet in the clouds, illustration
Private jet in the clouds, computer illustration

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Earthrise from the Moon, artwork

Earthrise from the Moon, artwork
Earthrise from the Moon, computer artwork

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Blood stream, artwork

Blood stream, artwork
Blood stream. Computer artwork of red and white blood cells in a blood vessel

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus

Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus
Vintage engraving of an Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus. The Ichthyosaurus is a genus of ichthyosaurs from the early Jurassic

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of red blood cell

Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of red blood cell
Anatomy, Biology, Blood Clot, Blood Vessel, Cell, Color Image, Fractur, SEM, 85758265

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Pacemaker in heart disease, X-ray

Pacemaker in heart disease, X-ray
Pacemaker in heart disease. Coloured chest X-ray showing a pacemaker (right) fitted to a 73-year-old male patient with an enlarged heart (cardiomegaly) atrial fibrillation

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Artificial intelligence, conceptual illustration

Artificial intelligence, conceptual illustration
Artificial intelligence. Conceptual illustration of a human brain overlaid with binary digits, representing artificial intelligence, the simulation of human intelligence by a machine

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: DNA, illustration

DNA, illustration
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) molecule, computer illustration

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Ammonite fossil

Ammonite fossil
Ammonite, Biology, Black Background, Color Image, Cross Section, Extinct, Fossil, Geology, Invertebrate, Mineral, No People, Paleontology, Photography, Polish, Shell, Single Object, Spiral

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Anterior view total shoulder joint repair

Anterior view total shoulder joint repair
Horizontal, Detail, Anatomy, Diagram, Repair, Illustration, Bone, Shoulder, Biology, Joint, Cut Out, White Background, Artwork, Color Image, Front View, Close Up, Healthcare And Medicine

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Coronavirus particle, illustration

Coronavirus particle, illustration. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome)

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Diatom detail, SEM

Diatom detail, SEM
Diatom. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of detail of the silica wall of a diatom. Diatoms may be extremely abundant in both freshwater

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Bacteria found on mobile phone, SEM

Bacteria found on mobile phone, SEM
Bacteria found on mobile phone. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of bacteria cultured from a mobile phone. Tests have revealed the average handset carries 18 times more potentially harmful

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Osteocyte bone cell, SEM

Osteocyte bone cell, SEM
Osteocyte bone cell. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an osteocyte bone cell (blue) surrounded by bone tissue (grey)

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Illustration depicting global warming

Illustration depicting global warming
Global warming. Computer artwork of Big Ben, London, England, flooded and in ruins, in a possible future. This is showing a rise in sea levels due to global warming

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: MRI scan of normal brain, illustration

MRI scan of normal brain, illustration
Computer enhanced false-colour Magnetic Resonance Image (MRI) of a mid-sagittal section through the head of a normal 46 year-old woman, showing structures of the brain, spine & facial tissues

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: House spider

House spider (Tegenaria domestica)

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Plesiosaur marine reptile, illustration

Plesiosaur marine reptile, illustration
Meyerasaurus sp. plesiosaur with trilobite prey, illustration. The plesiosaurs were marine reptiles from the age of the dinosaurs

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Early hot air balloon flight

Early hot air balloon flight

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Metal Airship

Metal Airship
Crowds gather to view the first all metal dirigible airship. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Coronavirus, artwork

Coronavirus, artwork
Human coronavirus. Computer artwork of a Human coronavirus particle. Coronaviruses primarily infect the upper respiratory and gastrointestinal tract and can cause the common cold

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Illustration of a herbivorous diplodocus dinosaur feeding on leaves

Illustration of a herbivorous diplodocus dinosaur feeding on leaves

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Illustration of dinosaur hatching from egg

Illustration of dinosaur hatching from egg

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Illustration of a Deinosuchus, a crocodilian from the Late Cretaceous period

Illustration of a Deinosuchus, a crocodilian from the Late Cretaceous period

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Human Heart

Human Heart
An anatomical diagram showing the arteries of the human heart, circa 1930. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageScience Inspired Art Collection: Labelled Structure of the Human Heart Diagram

Labelled Structure of the Human Heart Diagram



Whether it's a stunning close-up of a crystal structure, a colourful representation of a biological cell, or a breathtaking view of the Milky Way galaxy, these images allow you to explore the wonders of science in a whole new way. 

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Why Choose Us?

We are a leading provider of Art Prints and Photo Gifts since 2004, working in partnership with a range of Sporting Clubs, Charities, Museums and Picture Libraries. A large share of profits from any of their images will go directly towards supporting that charity or club. Our archive of images is carefully curated to bring you a wide range of subjects, including landscapes, wildlife, architecture, and more. We ship from our partner labs in the UK, USA, EU (Netherlands) and Australia.
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For quick and easy installation all wall art, including framed prints, canvas prints and metal prints are supplied with a ready to hang solution on the back. Generally, saw tooth hangers are applied as they allow wall art to hang flush against the wall. The serrated edge of the hanger prevents the frame from shifting or tilting when hung.
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Are the photo prints fade resistant?

Yes, we use archival quality photo paper photographic paper for vivid reproduction Prints are an accurate representations of the original artwork, which is preserved for artistic character and authenticity. We guarantee they match previews shown on our web site