Story as Chemistry

The periodic table has been used in the field of chemistry for over 100 years.

The tabular structure of the chemical elements is one every single person will recognise, but often not understand. Even from a distance one can distinguish it from its unique layout.

Furthermore, at some point either during school or at a quiz, those very elements have tested our memory. A test we often fail.

But what if the periodic table became more relevant to the structure of story?

One artist has put this into practice by incorporating storytelling elements using online software to create a modern design for writers.

By organising the elements into story atoms, one can combine just a handful of them to create one molecule of story.

Consequently, these can be used as the very building blocks of storytelling itself.


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