Manipulating is what people do in life. It starts in the family, keeps going in other social units with manipulating others, the facts, the stories, the perception. Yet, I do not think it’s necessarily a good or bad thing, its motive determines whether it serves a purpose no matter on what scale. To this end, penetrating the cloth with a needle, pinching and stretching the plastic with fingers, or printing on several materials is the way I see as manipulating life and items of advanced yet desperate humanity. This manipulation aims to reveal unusual displays of the materials we're surrounded with. And, it anticipates giving a nudge to people to grasp possible alternative perspectives of civilized life. Combining the physicality with uncommon figures, catchy color palettes, and the contrast helps to rouse that nudge more.