Creating new letters and signs means at some point finding a space in a normalized system (Unicode)
— Lorraine Furter
Design a collaborative alphabet, which responds to either botanical histories and/or ecological politics in Singapore.
Consider how the process of your collaboration will affect the kind of outcome. Your collaboration might be between you and a peer, or it could even involve animals or natural systems.
Think about what tools you will use, and how they influence your design. An alphabet doesn't have to be created from professional font editing software. It could take the form of found materials, photos, or drawings. How will you present your alphabet?
Will your alphabet conform to an existing script such as Latin or Arabic, or will it be a new kind of collection?