The Palace of Typographic Masonry asked Christel Vesters to write an essay on the many aspects of Kente. Thereafter RNDR was invited to use the consistent visual vocabulary of the patterns, the rhythms and the variation in complexity in the interweaving of horizontal and vertical lines of kente as point of departure for an exploration in creative coding to find new possibilities of visual communication. This resulted in 'Coding Kente'. The ‘test strips’ used in the offset printed publication have been created by this specially devised software program. To create the visuals the program looks at the letters and words in the essay, its order, but also how many times a letter is used in the essay.