Sensational Scientific Illustrator for Hire

UPEC Invasion cycle, by Rich Kulesus

Thanks to fantastic friends, illustrators, and designers, has been online for 7 and-a-half years! During that time, my work here has resulted in some unsolicited, and very enjoyable, web design and illustration contracts. Here’s the transition to “solicitation” …

I’m for hire!

Scientific illustration is my intended principle medium, but I also enjoy making HTML5/CSS3 webdesigns, logos, and product conceptualizations.

Some basics:

  • For $170 you get 3 consultations prior to finalizing a 6“x6” illustration or single-page website.
  • For $210 I’ll do 4 consultations prior to finalizing a 3-page website.
  • For $250 I’ll do a full-page illustration, or design and implement a template for a content-management system (CMS) such as WordPress, TextPattern, Joomla, Drupal, or MODx, including 4 prior consults, installation, and testing.

Interested? Check out my scientific illustration portfolio HERE.


Exposé Disable script featured on Softpedia!

Exposé Disable Applescript

My Exposé Disable applescript for Mac OS X has been included in software omnibus Softpedia! No more futzing around with behind-the-scenes commands to quickly disable Exposé‘s hot corners when playing games. Apparently came in handy for someone at Softpedia who took the time to create a nice description and submit it!

Check it out my Exposé Disable applecripts on Softpedia


Just discovered sryo’s a small hub of low profile customization sites (on the English speaking area of the internet), of which Skinyourscreen is proudly noted (under mrbiotech)!

Sryo aptly brings together numerous skinning news sites, shells, developers, and artists for your perusal

Check out sryo’s LiteStep themes at LS-Lab and catch skinning news updates at


5 Minutes with SharpE Shell

Here’s my 5 minute take on the SharpE alternative desktop environment for computers running Microsoft Windows (XP or higher). SharpE has great configuration, looks great, incorporates many of the best features of alternative shells (widgets, virtual windows, etc.), is skinnable, and is free. See it in action!


Rainlendar on Mac

Rainlendar on Mac OS X

Rainlendar’s got a Mac version, and I didn’t know about it until LifeHacker mentioned Rainlendar as their number one calendar application. Looks like Rainlendar’s got every platform covered now, with Windows first, Linux second, and finally the Mac OS X frontier. Looks like I’ve got some skinning to do!



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