About the Cover
The cover art for Research and Information Services, by James Wrinkle (Bi-Ab Series #15, 2000), is an example of biomorphic abstract art, a modern type of abstract art in which the shapes and masses are abstracted from the living and animate rather than geometric and inanimate objects.
The cover was designed by Jane Tenenbaum of Tenenbaum Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The artwork is consistent with the content of the book.
In direct mail promotions for the book, we wrote: "What is it? Two brain cells rendered as biomorphic abstract art. . . . Imagine what would be possible if research and information professionals danced together the way these neurons do. The book shows how."
James Wrinkle is an independent artist who lives in California.
Learn more about the artist at http://www.jameswrinkle.com.