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Khyati Trehan is an independent graphic designer and 3D visual artist from New Delhi, India. Her work is textural, playful, emotive and driven by an ache to make the intangible tangible, though her love for the sciences has a tendency to sneak in. Khyati’s career has seen her work across disciplines, drawing inspiration from the context of the work and often exploring the edges of all things visual for the likes of the Oscars, New York Times, New Yorker Magazine, Deepmind, Warner Music, Apple, Google, Absolut, Instagram and Snapchat. Khyati was one of Print Magazine's 15 New Visual Artists under 30 in 2017, was chosen as the Artistry Creator of the Year at Adweek’s Creator Visionary Awards, won the ADC Young Guns 19 and most recently, made it to the Forbes 30under30 India List.

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Her work is textural, playful, emotive and driven by an ache to make the intangible tangible, though her love for the sciences has a tendency to sneak in.

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The Oscars Art Project for the Academy

For the 94th Oscars Ceremony, The Academy invited 8 artists from around the world to each create a representation of the Oscar statuette. The Oscar statue in Khyati's exploration acts as a representation of every movie viewer that is transported to another world, watching the story unravel all around them.

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Digital Biology for Deepmind

Visualising AI is an initiative by DeepMind that aims to open up conversations around AI. Commissioning a diverse range of artists to create open source imagery, the project seeks to make AI more accessible to the general public. 'Digital Biology' illustrates AI’s attempts to predict biological forms and functions.

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There Is More To Us Than Just Our Brains for NYTimes

'There is more to us than just our brains' reviews the book 'The Extended Mind' by Annie Murphy Paul and digs into the power of thinking outside the brain. The illustration lives in the NYTimes Book review section and visualises our ability to hear the signals that our bodies are communicating to us every bit as much as our brains are.

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