RWET Final

RWET Final

For my final I combined narratives of ballet stories with relationship advice from the popular magazine, Cosmopolitan. I mostly used word mapping to create the effect, where a word from a ballet would be translated to a more relevant word that would then be extracted from a Cosmo article.


Here’s the code:

And here is the poem:

Dear Fairy Godmother, Getting ahead of the group, Prince Siegfried found himself alone in a peaceful spot by an enchanted lake where swans gently float across its surface.

16 Reasons Men Freak Out About Dating

Statistically, what’s the best way to avoid crushing loneliness? Nothing gives you more anxiety than seeing data about how you’re going to spend the rest of your life alone.

Dear Fairy Godmother, Quick to defense, the Lilac Fairy cast another spell over I saying that rather than dying, I will fall asleep after pricking my finger.

15 signs you’re the drama queen of your friendship group

You pride yourself on your dramatic Facebook announcements.

Dear Fairy Godmother, The Prince was captivated by my beauty, as was every other gentleman, and barely gave the stepsisters his time of day.

20 Body Language Signs That Mean He’s Into You

So, new rule: If he spends about 80 percent of your interaction looking from your eyes to your nose and lips, he’s into you,

Dear Fairy Godmother, Upon his discovery, Von Rothbart revealed to the prince the true appearance of his daughter Odile.

Why You Should Be Friends With Your Office Rival

When Mia’s rival fell out of favor with her bosses, Mia saw it as karma.