Put these on your walls for a classier Halloween vibe than the one at my home. (I once recreated the X-Files "I Want to Believe " poster entirely in pumpkin.) Seriously, though, these are somehow scarier than the fake blood handprints that just won't come off the walls. (Another decorating decision I've made in the past.)

These are prints by artist Travis Bedel, who also goes by Bedelgeuse, and are made by collaging anatomical illustrations with images from science guides and textbooks. The results look like the images from a medical textbook detailing the diseases that turn humans into plants or produces animals. Maybe images from a book on magical maladies in the Harry Potter universe. Bedel's work, which Colossal points out is very much in the tradition of Juan Gatti, is available as prints.

[via Colossal]