Kryski Biomedia is a professional biomedical illustration and animation studio in Toronto, Canada.
We create accurate and effective illustrations and animations for biological, medical, scientific and technical projects and publications, whether for print format (books, magazines, journals, pamphlets, posters, exhibits, etc.) or digital format (web, projection, DVDR).
We have expertise in anatomy, physiology, cellular biology, pathology, zoology, natural science, and data visualization. See our Creative Products page for more information.
Our clients include doctors and health care professionals, scientists, authors, journal and book publishers, educational and consumer health media developers, lawyers and law firms, marketing and communications agencies, and pharmaceutical and medical device companies.
Kryski Biomedia was founded in 2011 by Diana Kryski. Ms. Kryski holds a Master of Science in Biomedical Communications degree from the University of Toronto, and has over 20 years of experience creating custom art and illustrations, in both traditional and digital media, for a variety of clients.
Founder & Principal
Diana Kryski, MScBMC
Diana is the resident medical illustrator, art director, general illustrator and cartoonist here at Kryski Biomedia. She emphasizes originality, draftsmanship, and research alongside her knowledge of clinical anatomy, physiology, and pathology to produce accurate images with clarity and elegance.
Diana has 19 years of experience creating custom art and illustrations, in both traditional and digital media, for a variety of clients. In 2008, Diana received her Master’s degree in Biomedical Communications at the University of Toronto, where she was recognized for excellence in biomedical visualization, leadership, and professionalism.
Among her medical illustration career adventures, a few stand out. Diana has taught forensic anthropology students at the University of Toronto how to create effective forensic evidence presentations for the courtroom. She was invited by the Vesalius Trust to present her research project on three-dimensional learning of complex anatomy at an annual Association of Medical Illustrators conference. She spent over three years at a top medico-legal illustration studio in Toronto, drawing the anatomy, injuries and treatments for personal injury and medical malpractice cases. She founded Kryski Biomedia in January of 2011.