Kingston University Communication Design MA

Gayathri Anthey

I am Gayathri Anthey an Indian by origin but would like to have a global identity with the work I involve in. I am doing my master ins Communication design: Graphic Design at Kingston University, London. Currently, I go by the professional tag of an experimental visual designer. My practice and purpose have evolved as the years passed by. Initial interest in design grew from interior spaces to branding and identity now standing at socially engaged experiments and expressions. An amateur illustrator and photographer using these skills to convey thoughts in sync with poetry and writing.

My practice is based on the exploration of daily surroundings and concerns, creating new relation to everyday objects as a problem solver or to explore possibilities.

Learning and Unlearning Lines (also dots and grids)

Learning and Unlearning of Lines (also dots and grids) is a speculative experience for the theme of Dots, Lines, and Grids as tools of Instruction and Behaviour. The project was born from analysing lines in everyday life that control behaviour and act as instructional tools. The book act as a catalyst for the reader to observe, retrospect and speculate on these line around us. 3 activities to dive deeper into the act of speculating new possibilities are included in the book for the reader to widen their horizons about dots, lines and grids which control behaviour. This book aims to start a conversation series of questions and intrigue other possibilities.

Book experience:



Conditional Learning / Control / Lines

Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
MA Communication Design: Graphic Design 2020/2021


In collaboration with
London Design Festival

Exhibition team
Anna Kehrer / Ells Flynn / Zeina Boukhaled

Jiani Liao

Abhimanyu Bhatia / Alberto Ajelli / Liz Huang

Special thanks to
Claudia Chiavazza / Chang Liu / Yangyang Wu / Yifan Wu / Lucy-May Turner / Yongxin Bai

Andrew Haslam / Cathy Gale / Max Ryan / Naho Matsuda / Tao Lin