"Are those bricks, or is it bricks wallpaper?" was an artist’s publication distributed on rush hour commuter trains. The publication focused on the proliferation of workplace target structures and metrics of analysis, using simplified rifle targets and self-help character illustrations.
"Photographs don't appreciate the patterns and textures of the interiors, which, set against remnants of exaggerated colour choices, signify an idea removed enough to think itself universally appealing. Any idea in this context is quickly and ultimately reduced to perceived standards of cleanliness, a standard occasionally achieved but inevitably overwhelmed by the whole. An amazing yellow appears from time to time and is purposeful, constant and perfect."