While gathering photos of the drawings, I began to formulate a theory behind their meaning or purpose. I first concluded that they were simply meant to spread positive vibes, however, one drawing in particular made me rethink my conclusion. The dark and unassuming laundry room of Guthridge Hall does not immediately scream "creativity," but somehow the artist managed to fit a topical piece in this space. The familiar face is drawn on the front of a dispenser of sorts with the simple message "Hmmm...Laundry day again..." written beside it. Here, the expected positive statement is replaced by a common observance projected onto the inhabitants of the room. It is as if the face is both commenting on the frequency of which laundry is done and the quick passage of time that has occurred between each session. This piece serves as evidence that the artist and his creation are simply observing the world and offering commentary. While not as provocative as Banksy, the artist wants to say something. Every day life can be mundane and routine, but there is always an opportunity for inspiration and creativity if you are willing to look around.