The arrow paradox of Zeno’s paradoxes, devised by Zeno of Elea to support Parmenides’ doctrine that all is one contrary to the evidence of our senses, provided the starting point for this photobook. The concept explores the relationship between time and space, and how it can be visualized. “If everything when it occupies an equal space is at rest, and if that which is in locomotion is always occupying such a space at any moment, the flying arrow is therefore motionless.” Although Zeno’s arrow is a paradox, this work started with the possibility that flow of time can create space. I started to collect everyday objects from my room and scanned them for an hour. Scanned objects were arranged in order in a book. The time it took to scan and the size of scanned photo were recorded on the top of each pages. Typographic arrow is also the main metaphor of this photobook.