The posters are made interactive in order to evoke the interest of the public who may not be familiar
with the concept of art therapy. A set of posters consists of two pages. The first page shows the most clichéd sentence that people use everyday. When people flip the page, the second page reveals that the sentence shown on the first page was only a part of an ugly truth.
Then people can spray colour (Iodine tincher) on the sketchbook to reveal what is written below.
The invisible text represents suppressed feelings such as frustration, anger, and sadness. The text written with lemon juice is revealed when iodine tincher (which is used as a metaphor of creative process of art therapy) is sparyed. This means art therapy helps to release and transform supressed feelings and emotions.