Emily Evans is an illustrator with a dark side. Specialising in medical illustration and teaching human dissection at Cambridge, she’s started to put her anatomical expertise to more creative use by designing products that are beautifully odd (and just a bit creepy). From her Mexican Day of the Dead wallpaper (gold ink on matt black — don’t mind if I do) to plates which feature blown up slides of human tissue, what makes this stuff interesting is the juxtaposition of art, design and science.
As well as adding layers of meaning to anatomically accurate scale drawings, she also experiments with materials, for example the Resident Evil 6 promo she screen printed in real human blood (that of the Creative Director apparently). It’s weird alright, but it’s also pretty wonderful.