December 7, 2021

I, Science

The science magazine of Imperial College

Issue 42 - Bad Science - Artwork

Following on from the great feedback we received for using reader artwork in previous issues, our Pictures Editor, Céleste Nilges, reached out to our readers again for their artistic input for our Spring 2019 issue, Bad Science.

Below, we look at each piece more closely.

We would like to thank all of our contributors for these wonderful pieces.

If you would like to be involved in contributing artwork for the next issue, please contact Céleste at celeste.nilges18@imperial.ac.uk.

artwork of scientist looking at people in a beaker

Cover: Bad Science – Jemma Titheridge

@jemtif / www.jemmatitheridge.com

back of scientist artwork with a test tube

Cover (back): Bad Science – Jemma Titheridge

@jemtif / www.jemmatitheridge.com

test tube melting BS in a table of elements style

 Bad Science – Bernadeta Dadonaitė

scale of people and plants

 The Weight of Plastic – Céleste Nilges

@celestenlgs

hand with protest sign saying ctrl alt-right delete and a hand with a glass of milk

ctrl alt-right delete – Céleste Nilges

@celestenlg

pattern of colors

Female Orgasm – Jemma Titheridge

@jemtif / www.jemmatitheridge.com

storks carrying babies and test tubes

CRISPR babies – Nur Pirbhai

@paintbynurmber

people squatting and chimps

Man vs. Ape – Rachel Ng

@hellohellorachel

backs of women with me too written above

#Me Too – Rachel Ng

@hellohellorachel

blue blurry woman

Aliki Krikidi – Rebecca Ellenby

25 November 2016 Gouache and Watercolour on paper

stone with red thread in between close up of stone with red thread in between

 Xenotransplantation – Riko Yasumiya

@riko_yasumiya

northern lights above a building

 Astrology – Harry Lampert

@thatcookingthing