Artworks were created for an exhibition entitled "Sea of Heart" to allow people to reflect on the meanings of life and death. In these artworks, typeface design took the centre stage as the vehicle to represent the unrepresentable, namely, what death means to oneself and to society. Using undulating forms, representing waves of the open sea, tables on which the typeface and calligraphy-centered artworks were displayed symbolize the highs and lows in life. With the aim to engage the public on a taboo topic, the curatorial team of this exhibition organized by the S.K.H. Holy Carpenter Church Community Centre adapted the narrative of Journey to the West, a popular novel from classical China, into a visual feast composed of suggestive typefaces and poetic colours. Housed in the Jao Tsung-I Academy, the exhibition combined typeface design, life education, and classical literature to tease out reflection and dialogues on the human condition. Journey to the West describes the making hard choices throughout a difficult adventure to reach a life goal, and the values, morality, and humanity that inform these choices. Similarly, in our figurative journey of life, we reach the other end - also euphemistically referred to as the West in Chinese culture - by writing our stories and inscribing our meanings. The stylized typeface and calligraphy visually inspire us to move forward, enrich, and reinvent ourselves continually, so we can live well not only for a lifetime, but also beyond our death.