In Ben Highmore’s extract ‘Questioning the Everyday Life’ (2002), he explores the meaning behind the everyday of people’s lives and what may influence or affect it. In this project, we aim to disrupt the meaning of the everyday by breaking unwritten rules, revealing the unacknowledged concept of time and disorientating from the expected normality. We drew in design references to help them illustrate images and create a website. Inspirations derived from Wendy Mcmurdo’s project ‘Algorithmic Children’ (2015), Sam Taylor-Wood’s ‘Soliloquy II’ (1998), Andy Warhol’s ‘Empire’ (1964) time lapse, and Isil karanfl (2011) ‘sun set’ image. These influenced the photography styles and techniques we used. The Situationalist International (1957) was the main inspiration for the website design, giving the project not only disruption, but also disorientation to the audience. Our images utilises codes and conventions to reveal and represent the deeper meaning behind them. With the research and production skills, our project disrupts the everyday through a disorientating map and moving images that reveal what we are unaware of in the everyday.