This is an era of the rapid spread of rumors. Click-bait titles exaggerated facts and untrue stories by stylizing language a certain way. Authoritative data and professional terms have attracted many devout viewers, making rumors so deceiving that they could fool the general public. Therefore, we need to respond to false information using design and invite the truth into this world.
We designed unique and unconventional 3D models that depict various kinds of rumors and highlight their absurdity. Additionally, we incorporated the concept of "kitsch" by referencing local advertisements in the typography system. Also, we created an interactive device called the "rumor maker machine" , when users entered rumors into the machine, they could witness how rumors continuously evolved and intensified. This exhibit aimed to illustrate how we all have the potential to be both the instigator and victim of rumors.