My alphabet is based on the style of the constructivist fonts created by the Soviet designers of the 1920s. The noise filter has both a visual and a lexical effect on the written words. The "visual noise" is attained by the superimposition of white text over the black letters. I chose Times Roman italic for the noise font because it breaks the starkness and the geometric forms of the Russian letters. The "lexical noise" relies on a collection of words that, in some way or another, relate to the Russian Revolution and to socialism in general. Each time the filter is reapplied the words will change and their number will increase, augmenting the effect of visual noise.