The Olfactory Sense Of Smell - Illustrated by Sonja Inske
Create a welcoming waiting room, a colorful office or elevate the mood in your laboratory with science art that is both beautiful and informative.
Have you ever wondered how the scent of perfume molecules are interpreted by your brain or how you can smell the difference between strawberries and bananas? Is starts with the olfactory epithelium tissues in your nasal cavity. The airborne molecules bind with receptors which triggers a chemical reaction that signals your brain.
Remind yourself, your colleagues or your visitors of the complexities of the olfactory system with this colorful illustration by science artist Sonja Inske.
*Sales of this item support the independent Science Artist Sonja Inske
Made in USA. Printed on museum-quality textured canvas with no glare or sheen. Wrapped around a 1.25” thick frame to give a visual pop on a flat wall.
Shipped ready to hang | Scratch-resistant UV coating to prevent fading | Individually printed with attention to detail | Arrives in 1-3 weeks in the USA, 2-5 weeks internationally