Next Friday sees the opening of a new exhibition exploring images of the human body at the Two10 Gallery, part of the Wellcome Centre for Medical Science on London’s Euston Road. The images come from photographs, micrographs and scans, and though they may be produced by scientists, image manipulation techniques such as altering colours render the pictures as much design as biology. The exhibition is designed in-house, with all graphic design including panels, a hoarding, posters and flyers (pictured) by Sophia Flynn and Andy Peach. The exhibition runs until November.
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