‘I Think We’re Good’ explores the complex relationship between man and his morals, that blurs the line between good and evil. It throws the conventional understanding of evil out the window and chooses to, instead, tap into the evil that is innate in human nature. That is essentially to say that anyone is capable of doing what Hitler or Stalin did.

A riveting journey into the human psyche, ‘I Think We're Good’ seeks to open up new perspectives on an otherwise taboo subject and to embrace our inner evil. 

In this publication, it seeks to push the book as a medium by exploring the different ways we read a book, and how we can permutate that with the information/illustrations provided to add an additional layer to the content.