Using the audio from The Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allen Poe, twelve students were asked to create text based motion graphics; each student was given a little over a minute each. Inspired by David Carson's layout styles and Joan Miro's paintings, Iked Sta Mo Use is a jumbled display of text and shapes. The minute and twenty seconds were separated into seven plates to visual stills so that the plates itself can be viewed on their own and have another aspect than just the film. The aesthetic resembles a flat lay of color blocks, inspired by artists like Jim Ryce, Gaspard Ollagnon & Jean-Baptiste, and Isabella Conticello. When viewed, the audience seems to be involved in the space of the scenes and the viewer can choose to follow the static text or the randomly encountering text flying around the screen.