Two weeks ago I was drawing zebras and cross-dressing horses. Last week I was reading up on Boolean logic. Now I'm making figures to describe the statistical analysis of mass spectrometry-based proteomics experiments. Here's one of them, which mainly describes how subjects are chosen from healthy and diseased populations. This is the second of four figures, and they just keep getting more and more complicated. This project definitely put my design skills to the test. It's not done, but it is close. And next week? Next up is a graphical abstract that invokes the mythological story of Cupid shooting an arrow into Apollo's heart, causing him to fall hard for Daphne. The client had this idea as a metaphor for his system. It's my job to find a way to represent a huge honking natural product as an arrow. Should be a fun one.