The beauty of Scientific diagrams is a personal project that aims to explore scientific diagrams and take form integration to more complex territories. The research intensive project looks at experimenting with typography, lettering and illustration, paying tribute to the history of science. The letters are carefully designed such that they should be fully functional if they existed as models in the real world. Letters P, Q and X are missing as I was unable to find appropriate diagrams that looked like the respective letters and could be distorted without rendering the diagram dysfuntional.
Khyati is a recent Graphic Design Graduate from the National Institute of Design, India. She has worked at Codesign (Gurgaon, India), the Indian Type Foundry (Ahmedabad, India), the Think Tank Team (San Jose, USA), and Struckby (New Delhi, India). She is constantly exploring all nooks and crannies of visual communication and is fascinated by typography & motion.
Khyati has been featured in a number of well known design zines and blogs such as WIRED Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, IdN Magazine, She-form.org, DesignTaxi, étapes, Typostrate, Betype, Typroom, Gizmodo, Weandthecolor.com, PSFK and Kyoorius.