Wayfindingsystem for a pathsystem in the marshlands of Denmark at Højer village, southern Jutland. A module concept build upon the existing surfaces of the local buildings, or at stands crafted in corroded corten steel. The narrative on each sign, tells a story about that specific location, using factual statements in white, and red lined info graphics, that runs like informational blood lines at the print. The concept build upon a set of design rules applied on dark toned filters, then again applied on the back of durable transparant surfaces mounted on locations throughout the marchlands and the 3 cities of Højer, Møgerltønder og Tønder. The visitors of the area meet a coherent graphic theme, suggesting a layer or a scientific x-ray filter that highlights the stories of the danish marshlands, their physical state or history, while being a source of wayfinding. As signage stands, the physical and visual appearance of the corten steel is determined by water, like everything else in this region.