The Prison Ship Monument is located in Brooklyn and is considered an "understated landmark". The monument is dedicated to those who lost their lives being held in this prison ships with no one to care for them. The identity is based off of President Henry Taft's speech bringing light to the fact that these men died to a slew of miscommunications and were basically faded in the background. They were forgotten in these ship. The identity is created for the association or group that keeps their memory alive. At the same time, the design reflects the idea of miscommunication, while the design is to show this idea of being 'washed out' or forgotten.