Sachi Patil



Sachi Patil is a multidisciplinary Graphic Designer and Researcher from Mumbai, based in London. She is interested in storytelling and building visual systems through research, branding, typography, publication design, digital and 3D design, motion graphics, and art direction. She tries to create work that connects and questions her audience while inquiring the same questions from within.

For inquiries: sachi95patil@gmail.com
Instagram: @sachipatil95


Projects:
︎︎︎Decaying: Conversations with Machines on Human Life
︎︎︎Interabang—Student Led Lecture Series
︎︎︎Finding the Beauty in Decaying
︎︎︎Food Sensorium
︎︎︎Interabang—With Mindy Seu
︎︎︎Cartomancy—By Preeti Marquis
︎︎︎Eros School of Expression

︎︎︎Still Life
︎︎︎Hidden Geometry in Nature
︎︎︎Immense Festival, Denmark





Sachi Patil is a graphic designer and researcher from Mumbai (India) based in London. She is interested in storytelling and building visual language systems through research, branding, typography, publication design, digital and 3D design, and art direction. She tries to create work which connects and question her audience while inquiring the same questions from within.

Decaying: Conversations with Machines on Human Life

Curation Team
Project Specifications
MA Thesis Project, MA Graphic Communication Design, Central Saint Martins, London, 2021

Awards
Maison/0 Green Tail Award, LVMH & Central Saint Martins
Nominated for the award celebrating sustainability and biodiversity

Project Advisors
Matthew Chrislip, Jayoon Choi
This book explores the relationship between decay, life and death, featuring an extended looking lens through which we are able to view the odd and the beautiful. It is a synergistic coming together of the sentient (me) and the machine to refect on the human life. It is an interrelationship between a human (me) and a machine about the nature of decaying, and the symbolic representation of decaying in human life. The machine refects on the questions asked by the human regarding decaying, the environment, ecology, politics and philosophy. Through a better knowledge of the nature of life, the human and the machine work together together to find a philosophy for a sustainable future.