Through his travels across Asia Charlie began to learn the steep variance in cultures from country to country. Throughout his time in Japan he began to study ancient Japanese proverbs which encapsulate many thoughts in very few words.
Upon returning to London Charlie began collecting ancient book extracts, which were over 100 years old.
Each book extract was originally part of a guidebook, a form of encyclopaedia at the time. These books taught people the form of animals, how they looked and how houses were made in the United Kingdom throughout the previous centuries.