About and Contact

Hello, my name is Tyler Rhodes, and as you may have guessed, I’m an artist!

I mainly do animations, but most any art interests me, especially if it has some connection to science or natural forms. I also like the idea of using animation as a tool, and not merely as a form of entertainment, and to perhaps, in some small way, impart knowledge to the viewer. This was my reasoning behind the evolution animation and the blog, where I wanted to go over my process of creating the work in more detail.

Also a special thanks to all the people over the years who made drawings for the project! including…

Patrick Henry School of Science & Art
William Fox Elementary
VCU Kinetic Imaging
VCU Lobs and Lessons Program
VCU Discovery Program
the Science Museum of Virginia
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
Lighthouse Studios
Mid-Atlantic Bioanthropology Interest Group
SouthEastern Evolutionary Perspectives Society
NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society
and MAGFest!

If you’d like to reach me, you can leave a reply or toss me an email at tylerrhodesart(at)gmail.com! I’m also on twitter @TylerRhodesArt

7 thoughts on “About and Contact

  1. Dr. Judy Sichler says:

    Fantastic work!

  2. Really, really inspiring idea. You must be very proud of this project.

    I’m sure childrens had a lot of fun!

  3. […] esilarante soprattutto perché è imprevedibile. Proprio come l’evoluzione. Tyler Rhodes, uno studente di un corso di animazione della Virginia Commonwealth University, ha inventato una […]

  4. […] great activity that comes close to emulating both ecology and evolution. The activity, created by Tyler Rhodes and featured by Scientific American, consists of two parts: a student-centered exercise and a […]

  5. David Cecelski says:

    beautiful work! and great way of teaching and learning!

  6. AB. says:

    Whatever happened to this project? The public demands more!

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