The project consists of designing stationery components and installation materials were produced to pay tribute to scholars and poets who contributed in The Book of Poetry.
Shih-Ching predates Confucius dating back to the previous 520 B.C. The collection contains roughly 311 popular ballads and poetic verses, while there remains six that have been lost through time. Each poetic exposition takes on a particular subject from political affairs, love songs, and religious or free thoughts.
The primary focus was to produce various printed collaterals, showcasing the works of Ruan Ji (a renowned member of the Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove. To illustrate the poets nonconforming and pessimistic views, the compositions of the poems were rearranged; pairing syllables and verses in a figurative manner to create harsh expression in writing.