27 T-shirts printed on white cotton V necks. Choosing the intellectual palette of black and white (page and text) and taboos as building material on a surface strongly suggesting the figure. The V neck T-shirt at the (1999) was considered unattractive by many and audiences had more issues with that type of cut than the bold taboos themselves. T-shirts were presented on a standard wheeled store rack with the audience almost shopping as they viewed the work or leafing threw the pages of a book as they viewed the work. When T-shirts were bought I encouraged people to hang them on a wall for after all they did just buy a figure painting but often enough they were put on a worn with a grin which I have mixed feelings about.