Guerilla Wallpaper

While guerrilla wallpapering I conceive sentences, words and prose derived from listening to and watching what I see. I carry a notebook with me at all times, it becomes my dictionary of ideas, the ideas are all in there it is what I feel is the real artwork. It is documentation of ‘virgin’ ideas. They are reactions to what I experience in everyday life and are often general public opinion and expression, the old cliché of trying to be the voice of the people for the people is ripe here. I then write them out as big as possible, in an instant, direct to wallpaper, purely text based for the moment as raw of an aesthetic as possible. I then go around London placing them in various public places, re-presenting them back to the public as a kind of forum to hopefully create a catalyst for exponential thought provocation of the mundane.