This process began by gathering research about both anamorphosis and optical illusions, which are independent techniques of distortion, tricking the eye and multiple dimensions. My initial experiements began by mimicking existing examples of both illusions in an attempt to answer my questions; "how can one typeface exist in both two and three dimensional forms?" and "how do the experimental forms exist in materials and space and how does the message encourage or emphasize the form?" I found solutions through linework, multiple planes and materials like cotton that reflect the message and feel of the space. The most successful solution was reached when I combined each question with the word "focus" placed on 5 surfaces in a studio space. This asks the viewer to walk through the experience and requires they stand at a certain perspective to take in the full meaning of the message.