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Client Testimonials

“The team at AXS was completely up to the task of making an animation that would be useful to a broad audience, ranging from school-aged children to undergraduate university students. They were very thorough with their research, cross checking details and referring any ambiguities back to us for our academics to resolve.  We’ve ended up with a product that is everything we wanted: clear, accurate, beautiful and interesting.”

Education Manager,
Poultry CRC, Australia

“The Ad Board meeting went very well and the feedback on the animated piece was outstanding, even from the biggest and most important critics - who said they had never seen anything that was so well done and presented the topic so perfectly! Thanks again for helping to make this vision a reality for us and for all of the effort that you put forth on this project.”

Senior Director of Market Development,
Amylin Pharmaceuticals

“Your clear, didactic visuals enabled us to open a vital dialogue with physicians, drawing their attention to a rare genetic disorder, its causes, diagnosis, and treatment.”

Senior Product Manager,
Genzyme Canada

“AXS developed a series of animations to train clinicians on a new therapeutic device shortly starting worldwide clinical trials. The stepwise instructions for setting up and using the device were clear and intuitive. Plus, working closely with our scientific, engineering, and clinical teams, they created striking visualizations of the technology in action and its therapeutic mechanisms at work within the body. The entire package was beautifully rendered and helped make our training program a success. We have since hired AXS back for another project.”

Global Brand Manager
Bayer Schering Pharma

“Your aesthetic sensibility puts you in a class of your own. Your attention to detail and ability to distill complicated subjects down to their essence is a true gift. Just as important is your excellent service - your patience, thoroughness, and overall problem solving skills. You exceeded our expectations and handled our most difficult requests with grace. At every turn I felt that our needs were being met. Finally, the client is thrilled with the animation. It’s no small feat to integrate the opinions of multiple KOLs and arrive at something that communicates clearly and looks great.”

Director of Digital Communication,
Topin & Associates, Chicago

“These are absolutely fantastic visualizations … they convey the real science.”

Director, Wyss Institute,
Harvard University

News and Awards

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AXS featured in Toronto Star article about medical illustration (Monday, 7th October, 2013)

A recent Toronto Star newspaper article highlighted Toronto's position as a global hub for medical illustration. AXS Studio and our alma mater (UofT) were featured prominently. Good exposure for a field that many people have never heard of!

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AXS collaborates with artist Radha Chaddah for 2013 Nuit Blanche

AXS collaborated with artist Radha Chaddah on her 2013 Nuit Blanche multimedia installation, Mouth of Krishna. Human ingenuity has led to the convergence of robotics, nanotechnology and bioengineering. The installation signifies the blinding brilliance and terror that exists at the convergence of robotics, nanotechnology and bioengineering, as we prepare to merge man and machine. With Radha, AXS created the 3D animations for projection in this stunning all-night exhibition.

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Bausch + Lomb's Biotrue 'Deep Dive' animation received the Award of Excellence in the category of Advertising and Marketing/Promotional Animation at the 2013 annual meeting of the Association of Medical Illustrators.

We're thrilled to share this award with Bausch + Lomb and our creative partner on the project, BioScience Communications. AXS projects also won an Award of Merit in both the Didactic/Instructional Commercial Animation and Illustrated Text Book categories. The AMI Awards are judged annually by an expert panel of medical illustrators.

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New Apple TV ad features the 3D brain we developed for the DNA Learning Center. Look for it at 00:13s.
Read the article on the BMC Website