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A showcase of Beckett’s one-act dramas: Not I and Footfalls, A Stain Upon the Silence explores two conflicted and isolated women as they struggle to express their innate and ineffable humanity.

This isolated existence was illustrated through the use of a simple scanner. The highly contrasted scan strips away all guile and portrays a harsh feminine profile that is unforgiving, alike Beckett's writing. The hand lettering's jagged appearance and eradicate placement creates the tension and unfiltered emotion that Beckett actualizes.