I've had mixed thoughts about pasting around Bournemouth, firstly i was very keen as it was somewhere new. But then when i first went out several months ago, i didn't find it as enjoyable. I just wasn't feeling it, there isn't a great amount of work from other people around town but then maybe i could change that. Tonight is the first night i've gone out with a selection of relevant work focusing on organic forms that we consider to be waste.
But after a while i felt good about it again, like i used to when i was constantly wheat pasting. I don't know why i felt strange about it for a while, i think perhaps i found it hard to realise with my personal work i can use it for uni work.
I always like placing some of my work near someone elses, i doubt you can really call this "THC" work, but i guess this crap tag is shown up by something different and not expected.
I placed most of my work in places where it blended in or it stood out. A woman walked past me and said in a sarky way "Do you need any help there? I think you do.."
i just looked at her, and said i think i'm alright. She would be one of those people who won't ever understand what i do, it didn't matter that i was wheat pasting dainty flowers or tagging "fuck" on the wall, she didn't approve. That's the demise in out race ha, i want to make people appreciate the littlest of gestures.
I think the minimal selected part of colour works, as otherwise there could be too much going on, the simpler the better i feel.
Here's the rest of the photos, i won't put them all on here, but you can view the others on my...
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The kernel loves it.
By the way, i don't have some weird obsession with fungas, it's just pretty fun to draw.