I get through a lot of spray paint caps, as you can imagine. In fact, I think mine block up a lot quicker than most other people's do. I'm sure of it. As for the tip of spraying your can upside-down for four seconds after you're done with it to keep things clean, well, that's a lot of paint to be wasting. With the money you're supposedly saving from saving those caps, you're chucking away more paint... besides, it's all so much effort.

Anyway, I don't think there's much to say about these caps. There are a lot of interesting ones to see and what I particularly like is the fact no caps have been intentionally sprayed to create a 'beautiful cap'. All the caps have been formed in the process of painting actual work. I can even look at some and see what piece I painted with it according to the colours.

Oh and one last little interesting thing: a lot of the colour combinations on these caps were used as inspiration to create the slides for Aerosol Amoeba.

Posted 5th March, 2014

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