The cross references system were used in research works since ancient times. In 1960 the Xanadu project, the first network that connected the information between different computers through the hyperlinks was created.
It is in the context of crossing and location of color information within the same image in which the concept of cross-reference makes sense in this project. Here, both hardware and software are used to build a pictorial work based on a location system based on the chromatic syntax.
The construction of the image through human intervention in the process of digital image printing is the result of this investigation.