Siphai 1914 - 18 is a work in progress publication documenting the broken promises that Indian soldier’s faced during the first World War. The soldier’s that fought so bravely yet were not given enough recognition. The Indian Sepoy regiment that fought, their name derived from the Persian word ‘Siphai which means ‘Soldier’. The displacement of the soldier’s is expressed through the pull out text in red. Over time throughout the publication, it becomes more apparent and further expressed through letters and quotes of stories of multiple Indian soldiers. The over is in burgundy red to reflect the Indian soldier’s turbans and attire, along with foiled title to express their royalty and the number of accolades they won, gunmetal grey for ‘Siphai’ and gold for the year in 1914 - 18’.