Tori Amos wrote the concept album Scarlet’s Walk (2002) while on tour in the US in the months following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Taking on a character of her own creation named Scarlet, Amos explores American identity in the form of a road trip across the country. The album is illustrated with photographs of Amos as Scarlet, which were taken in Montana by Kurt Markus, some of which peek through the blocks of text comprising the lyrics and credits. Album and song titles are handwritten, while the printed text is a combination of Son Gothic and ITC Goudy Sans Italic. On Scarlet’s map, Tori’s name is set in Profil, and the map legend in Belen. Art direction is by Sheri Lee and Dave Bett.