Remembrance is silent, remembrance is unequivocal, remembrance is diverse, remembrance is intuitive and remembrance is inspiring. Can typography and book design transform it, if not into words but a form? How is it possible, on paper in a tactile object whose pages can be turned, to summarise the research process, during which ELTE began to explore the story of its students and lecturers who met a violent death during World War II? Can graphic design reflect on a monument which, building upon the toolbar of typography, has recorded the names of 198 victims in the Trefort Garden and emphasised that it wanted to simultaneously make possible keeping away, going close, understanding and remembrance. What possibilities do book designers have to present the studies of a scientific conference with regard to the theme and the results of a competition announced for monuments to be designed by university students?