Mimetica // The Anatomy of Sin 

This collection draws on illustrations in old books on anatomy, botany and zoology in order to make a dissection of the symbols that tradition has associated from time immemorial with the seven deadly sins. Lust, sloth, gluttony, anger, envy, greed and pride are treated in the Bible and Dante’s Divine Comedy as a recurring theme, whilst they are also referred to by Medieval and Renaissance writers alike, pairing a demon with each particular sin, and even alchemy elements.