Evelin Kasikov is an artist and designer. After graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2008 she set up her own studio in London, working mostly on book design and illustration projects. She uses both digital and craft methods in her work, combining the two in a unique way. Her embroidered works seek to twist and challenge the idea what a printed page can be. Since 2007 she has been developing her own technique that she calls CMYK-embroidery. This is a handmade printing process where the four colours (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) are turned into cross-stitch embroidery. The enlarged handmade dot screens turn print into a three-dimensional experience, allowing viewer to see an touch the inner structure of colour.