Sachi Patil



Sachi Patil is a 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 which connects and questions her audience while inquiring the same questions from within.

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


Projects:
    Interabang—Student Led Lecture Series
    Interabang—Poster for Mindy Seu
    Food Sensorium
    Finding the Beauty in Decaying
    Cartomancy—By Preeti Marquis 
    Eros School of Expression
    Still Life
    Hidden Geometry in Nature
    Welcome Kit—CLDS
    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.

Finding the Beauty in Decaying

MA Thesis Project, MA Graphic Communication Design
Central Saint Martins, UAL, London

Project Advisors
Matthew Chrislip, Andrew Brash

2021

Decaying, rotting and mold is the destruction of old, while simultaneously creation of something new. This project attempts a series of iterative experiments exploring methods to replicate the decomposition process in nature through 3D software. Using algorithm to find a graphic equivalent of rotting.

Finding the beauty in Decaying interrogates the decaying growth in nature using 3D software. Furthermore exploring the decaying nature and the effects caused due to human intervention in natural processes and how this impacts natural cycles.



Decay, growth and mold

There is an interplay between decay and growth is synonymous to life and death as decaying is the end of something in order to begin a new life on top of it.

Decay∞Growth
Death∞Life
Unfamiliar∞Familiar