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An Intricate Typeface Made Out Of 26 World-Changing Inventions
By Melissa Goh, 13 May 2014
Design student Khyati Trehan from India put together an intricately drawn alphabet that pays tribute to the “26 most influential inventors”.
The project, aptly named “The Beauty of Scientific Diagrams”, not only represented those letters with a “world-changing invention”, but also managed to name-check its inventor.
For instance, A is for Archimedes, who invented the water screw. However, she was only able to find 23 inventors for the project—she could not find matches for "P", "Q" and "X".
To elaborate on her project, she has also made a book that goes into the specific details of the process of creating the typeface.
Find more about Khyati Trehan’s creative work and the typefaces she has designed here.
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