Swedish illustrator Erik Svetoft creates visceral, textured drawings of bodies undergoing transformations. He creates characters in order to dissect them, but Svetoft’s incisions are not clean slices. It seems that every aspect of his anatomical drawings is lumpy and wrinkled, producing an uncomfortable skin-crawling sensation — a testament to Svetoft’s draughtsmanship. Svetoft hides faces and other details in his characters innards, using the textures to create optical illusions. Take a look at some of his work below.