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Yukai Du uses colourful illustrations and popping animation to explain concepts such as prime numbers, science and space, in a way that simplifies and demands attention. It’s a unique talent, and one we’re pretty jealous of.

From editorial illustrations depicting new year resolutions, to animations of the Hubble telescope for TED-Ed, to illustrating an entire book on famous scientists and their discoveries – Yukai is not afraid to tackle the hard-hitting topics. An impressive list of clients include a huge range of editorials – The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Washington Post, New York Times, BBC – and Adobe System, WIRED, Ted-Ed and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Image: Cover image for an Adobe Photoshop CC online tutorial on how to make a banner in Photoshop.

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