T.E.C.H: Type Anatomy


Spring 2019

This is a typography study merging the concepts of type and physical anatomy.


This study provides a learning experience for users interested in anatomy and typography by using wordplay into design.


I started with some studies of anatomy terms typography and human anatomy share. I studied the visual elements and combined the key visual points together using Photoshop and Illustrator.

Programs Used

- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Illustrator


This is the first stage of development of T.E.C.H. After defining the anatomy terms, I began to sketch out concepts on how they can merge together.

These are the final results of the anatomy. They are designed as posters because they are designed as a poster advertising this concept as a exhibit in the Museum of Innovation.

The posters were photoshopped into areas to conceptualize how they will look in a public setting.

This is a type-themed exhibit in Pratt Institute, where these posters were displayed for students and faculty to observe.