In an information age like ours, experimenting with form is difficult to separate from content. Current trends in typography show that the „design“ is decreasing more and more so that the textual level carries more content. That creates trust and credibility. But what happens when this most important level of information disappears? Can the outer form convey enough information? We disguise the text behind – for us illegible – Cyrillic characters. Although the textual and reading flow is similar to that of the Latin alphabet, not least because of the optical adaptation to the Latin script in the 18th century, the information content remains completely hidden to us. In collaboration with ⇨ Paul Schmidt.