Choose an era (such as the Victorian period, WWII, the 1960s, etc.) and summarize it in six meaningful words whose design accurately evokes the era.
Here’s your inspiration:
Arthur C. Clarke told this anecdote about his friend, the famous short-story author Ernest Hemingway. Hemingway was bet $10 that he could not write a story in only six words. This is what Hemingway wrote: