Colour of Words translation of the phrase "To be or not to be."
Using the phonetic alphabet developed by designer Sarah Roseman, we have expressed the opening line from Shakespeare's Hamlet as colour. Sarah's phonetic alphabet assigns a colour to the sounds in speech enabling any word or phrase to be visualised as coded blocks of colour. Colour of Words is an exploration of synaesthesia, which in Sarah's case is the blending of sound and colour.
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