Spirituality is a hard concept to grasp, and even more so, to prove. While science has now largely taken over the functions it used to fulfil, belief in spirituality is still prominent. This continued presence implies a need science can’t satisfy. Folklore, while not a religion in the same sense as Christianity or Islam, has its own myths, rituals and lessons that fulfils a similar purpose. Attempting to explain the universal human requirements, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs moves upwards from physiological needs to transcendence. Each step is exemplified by a piece of Scandinavian folklore, taking the reader on a journey towards transcendence — something bigger than ourselves. Using textures to give the stories a physical form, the project aims to convey the value of spirituality in a way everyone can understand, even those who struggle to see it.