This one was born out of necessity:
Every time i take a leak, I'm forced to stare at a white wall. Forget the cliche stream and river images that are supposed to get me to want to urinate. If im in the bathroom, then its because I already want to! No need for extra motivation, thanks.
But one of the great things about public restrooms is without a doubt.......the writings on the walls. Oh yes. So i figured that I'd have some clever reading material for my bathroom, and some homage to the unknown poets and artists who use public property as canvas.
From a design point of view, what other work will allow you to obliterate the "no more than 2 fonts" rule?
the one thing that kept bothering me was the toilet. But then it hit me: That's how i see it when i go into a stall: the rough walls and floor compared to the smoothness of the toilet. I tried doing away with it.....but no, didnt work much. The rest is pretty much obvious, some filth, fingerprints, scratches; all digitally created to simulate, but not imitate, a public stall wall.
Some of the writings are my own, some are taken from many articles and archives and......well....reading it in public stalls. Some research was actually made for this one
Now im finally gonna have something interesting to read
EDIT: WALLPAPER version