Yes, especially with the graffiti – I feel like there is a lot of boring graffiti around! It’s very macho and competitive in that world, like most things, actually. So I like disrupting that with some big, weird, naïve murals. First, I started making them with an artist called Birdseed, who has been doing graffiti for many years and had the knowledge and confidence to go ahead and start painting on the street. But once I started, I wanted to get other artist friends involved, especially female/femme artists that usually are not welcome in the macho graffiti world. So yeah, I want it to be accessible and for people to see another kind of art on the street that they can relate to – and see that they could go out and do it if they wanted to.