The Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum is a one-man collection of Padmashree Late Dr. D.G. Kelkar (1896 - 1990). The museum is situated in the heart of Pune and has a collection of about 21,000 priceless artifacts, spread over an area of three floors. Upon my visit to the museum, I identified a scope of improvement within the internal communication media used such as signages, artifact descriptions and maps to guide you through. Hence, this whole new system was designed with a new visual language, identity and guidelines.

The current signage system which does not have consistency or a unique visual language.

The lotus is currently used in some communication media as a symbol to represent India and all the artifacts that were collected from various parts of it. This same idea was redefined and redesigned to then take it forward into the various modes of communication.