Anatomy in Black: Deluxe Edition
Anatomy in Black, released 1 October 2015, is a sophisticated coffee table book for anatomy lovers and casual observers alike. It illustrates the beauty of human anatomy reflected in a contemporary hardback book, created entirely in black and gold.
Traditional anatomical imagery is given a new lease of life through modern interpretation in this stylish publication. The book comprehensively leads the reader through the human body in seven chapters dedicated to each area of the human body; which include: head & neck, back, upper limb, thorax, abdomen, pelvis and lower limb.
It covers the same level of detail and content with each illustration as a standard academic anatomy book. A thorough evaluation of each anatomical part is conveyed in double page spreads with summary text to put the area in context and explain some of the more complicated anatomical terminology and function for those encountering anatomy for the first time.
This makes this book a perfect companion for those interested in anatomy, regardless of their previous knowledge of the subject matter. Anatomy in Black has a gold foil embossed black hardback cover, with black sprayed edges and a gold ribbon making it a beautiful object to adorn any anatomy enthusiasts home, as well as the perfect present for those working in the field.
About the Author
Following her degree in Anatomy and Cell Biology, Emily Evans: BSc (Hons.) Anatomy and Cell Biology PGCE MMAA RMIP trained and worked as a school science teacher in London. After retraining as a medical artist, and qualifying with the Medical Artists Association of Great Britain, Emily has been a freelance Medical Illustrator for the last 12 years and works from her studio in London, UK.
She has continued to teach throughout this time, at universities in both London and Cambridge. Emily has been a Senior Demonstrator of Anatomy at Cambridge University for 10 years, teaching the medical students dissection and anatomy. Emily regularly holds demonstrations and talks about medical art and dissection both in the UK and USA. Alongside her commissioned artworks, Emily has her own projects and exhibitions reflecting anatomy through contemporary art. In a natural evolution of working on more collaborative anatomy and art projects, Emily launched her online store ‘Anatomy Boutique’ in 2013 selling her own uniquely designed products inspired by anatomy.
Traditional anatomical imagery is given a new lease of life through modern interpretation