For this project, we were given the short story “The Machine Stops” by British novelist E.M Foster. The requirements were for us to be reinventing the novel’s esthetic by finding a new way of showcasing it. The medium was free of choice, but we were forbidden from using any type of imagery. We, in fact, were asked to do a purely typographical work using the entire novel given. For mine, I decided to design small squared cards. Each one has a different design focusing on highlighting the most important parts of the written piece on the page. On the back of each card I have written the number of sequences so that if mixed up, there is an easy way or re-organizing them. The more the machine gets closer to dying, the more confusing and hard to read it gets.