a collection of typograhical art or letterforms, that use the letter E as the conceptual starting point. E is the most commonly used letter in the English language, & denotes a natural number (2.71828). in Justin Quinn's work, E has become a surrogate for all letters in the alphabet. it replaces the other letters & becomes a universal letter. its substitution denies written words their use as legible signifiers, allowing language to become a vacant parallel Language & a basis for visual manufacture. Herman Melville’s novel Moby Dick, a story rich in theology, philosophy & psychosis provides a roadmap for the work of the abstract compositions of E.