The series "Thingsyousee" was part of another project in which local imagery became "real" outdoor exhibition pieces. The images are tiny dreamscapes from various locations  which were then mounted in frames, treated to withstand wear and tear outdoor and were then hung on surfaces nearby. Each framed image was archival, signed and given a serial number, thus creating an outdoor exhibition free for all. The project, simply dubbed "art needs no galleries", questioned the elitism of galleries, art pricing and the absurdity that art space must somehow be sanitized into closed rooms. Each piece could be taken down by anyone and become part of someone's collection - true egalitarian art and a natural extension of street art. 

Interestingly enough, the framed image that survived the longest is still hanging in the same location, 9 years later, albeit it's surface has been painted over by someone a few years ago...