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A Crime of Passion / Critical Design

A Crime of Passion
A Crime of Passion

The serial killer Ted Bundy received 200 love letters every day. It is theorized that people with similar genetic make-up are more likely to fall in love. How could criminal DNA be utilised to mend Britain’s breaking hearts?

In 2030, the detritus of British crime scenes has become a romantic commodity. A health-obsessed public are turning to criminal DNA to cure their many ills. The Genetic Hospital of the Broken Heart is a Love Resort providing a medical honeymoon of genetic perfection. It is a facility where patients receive gene therapies whilst enjoying romantic rendezvous with their criminal donors.

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Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

Design

Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

Rachel Harding