Story of the Periodic Graphics of Elements

HOW DID THE PROGRAM START?

Look at the periodic table. What do you see?

 

118 unique elements, which are the building blocks of our material world, comprised everything around us--from the books that we read, the phones that we use, to the cars that we drive. Lithium, in the lithium-ion battery, starts a cell reaction to provide energy for our phones; octane and oxygen combust to generate energy and keeps our car moving. Nickel is used for our coins; titanium aids the lives of disabled people.

A sudden spark to combine chemistry and design together crossed my mind as I first got into graphic design in 2016, which gave birth to this project. It shows that chemical elements do not only exist as the concepts in the chemistry books, but also are relevant to us in our daily lives. 

By scrolling down, you can explore each element arranged by their atomic number. Hope you a best trip in Mendeleev's garden!

 
 

FEATURES AND AWARDS

Russian Embassy of the US on official social media

American Chemical Society’s channel Reactions (long-term) and magazine Chemical & Engineering News on official social media

SELF (Science, Education, Life, Future) forum of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Publication about the project on Chem 13 News March 2017 issue and my vision on the interdisciplinary approach towards art and science on Spectra May 2017 issue (UET Lahore)

Long term feature on the official social media sites of Beauty of Science program, run by Xingzhi Digital Media and supported by the Chinese Chemical Society

Top 10 pictures of Tennessine from Chem 13 News' Periodic Table Project (University of Waterloo)

Exhibition and sales of Periodic Graphic cards at 2017 Young Scientists Journal Conference at Cambridge University

Featured on Scientific American Instagram and Webpage (webpage currently pending)

Featured on American Chemical Society's Gallery of Periodic Tables

Featured on the UNESCO IYPT2019 official website

 

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