Anahat Kaur

Artist and Graphic Designer based out of Basel, Switzerland and Bangalore, India.


CV ︎︎︎


Currently working on ︎︎︎
Unfolding Gurmukhi
Type Design
Pale Blue Dot

TypeWknd2020 ︎︎︎
Evolution of Languages & Tools

Posters & Publication ︎︎︎
Identity Mapping
Individuation Process
Object Study
Poster Collection
Flowers around me

Identity & Packaging ︎︎︎
Smoor Chocolates
Mutiyaar Boutique
LePure Chocolates
Twenty20
Katakam Sweets
Hivado Men’s Care
Nestle KYB

Cloud4C.com

Illustration & Mix Media ︎︎︎
Glitch
People Portraits
Childsplay
Maps
Ornamental
Typerventions
Cyster





︎ inconsistently brewing stuff @kaurmakes


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Individuation Process


 Tools

The Basel School of Design FHNW HGK

             “who looks outside, dreams, who looks inside, awakes”

Inspired by the works of Carl Jung, A swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology. I created a poster with a pamphlet to share this immersive process with the use of mandalas. Among the central concepts of analytical psychology is individuation—the lifelong psychological process of differentiation of the self out of each individual's conscious and unconscious elements. Jung indicated that the end of the process could be indicated through a vision of mandalas and encouraged his patients to create mandalas during therapy. He suggusted that the end of this process can be signalled through a vision of Mandalas. Through his techniques, we can see these intricate drawings being used as a popular technique used in therapy. 

For the visuals, I created my own version of Mandalas using tools found in nature. Eg: Sticks, barks, leaves etc.

– project to be updated post production –


Pamphlet (A3)


Pamphlet (A3)


Back of Pamphlet

Mandala Explorations


Tools


Weltformat Poster
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