FF (“horseshoe crab”) is a small example of corruption captured in material form. Angular and creased, what makes this specimen unique is the subtle linearity through planes of material that start at the base and move diagonally toward the top. Within these ambitious planes are hidden nooks, folds, and crevices, each hiding or obscuring a self-serving motivation. This object appears to be an older example of corruption, as new manifestations exhibit spiked ends. Where this form culminates in what looks like knobs (one at the base and three at the top), recent forms have culmination points, or even bone-like pins.