The cardboard box paintings are beginning to get a bit of traction. Three of them are appearing in an Outsider Art Exhibition that began today.
I do them on cardboard boxes I take from nearby recycling bins and from the front of shops and people's houses. I scavange by night usually, although sometimes in broad daylight too. The big boxes for fridges and cookers are the best but I take whatever I can find. Here's a pile.
I'll put together a little exhibition below. I'll be using them with future interviews, if I haven't done so already. Having said that, some of them are probably not suitable. Interviewees might be a little put out if their carefully worked through interview responses were introduced with an image like this:
So here are photos of some of them! Although some have been left out and been lost to the elements Most of them are stored safely now. Thanks to several philosophers for giving me some very helpful advice regarding this and for their encouragement too.