PDB 2HZV, E.R. Schreiter
This shows a range of drawing styles — cartoon, surface, wireframe, and spheres — with a title.
PDB 1JX4, W. Yang
The polymerase enzyme is shown in cartoon with a molecular surface, so it's sharply distinguished from the wireframe DNA.
PDB 1MFR, E. Theil
Ferritin, shown simply as a smoothed backbone. This molecule is remarkable for its cubical symmetry.
PDB 1A0Z, A. Arnone
A historic model, hemoglobin is shown here with ribbons for the peptide chains, wireframe for the four hemes, and a sphere on each iron.
PDB 1AU7, A. K. Aggarwal
A 19-base stretch of DNA, as wireframe with dotted h-bonds. The translucent surface surface brings up its sculptural shape, showing the major and minor grooves without hiding the inner detail.
PDB supplied by Albion Baucom
Icosahedral virus capsids are big enough structures to challenge the resolution of laser etching: this one just fits in our most popular cube size.
Structure provided by Clive Bagshaw.
Myosin as cartoon, with a little spacefill.