I've always wondered what kind of people find the free art I leave around Peterborough so as part of an experiment I asked my finders to post a selfie with their free art (now known as a fafie). As a thank you for posting a fafie I would drop another piece of free art the following day. This has been going on for seven days now and I thought you might like to see the photos.
The first drop was in a coffee shop in Hampton, Peterborough. A couple of hours later it was picked up and the very first fafie was posted on Facebook.
The second drop was in Yaxley just south of Peterborough and was picked up by a couple of passers by who posted their fafie on Instagram.
Drop 3 was made quite late at night in Peterborough City Centre. It was picked up the following day and posted on Instagram again.
It was another late drop on day 4, this time in Bretton Centre. My favourite part about this drop was spotting the finder taking the artwork just as I was about to drive off.
Day 5 had me worried because despite giving a great clue to the whereabouts in the photo it was hours before I was able to find a fafie for it.
Day 6 was another treat when I got to spot a finder not only taking the art but also taking the fafie (well taking a pic of her dog with it).
On the 7th successive day as cardboard and ink supplies began running low I started to question what I'd let myself in for. I hadn't anticipated so many people would be happy to take a fafie for me. Dropped in Orton Waterville while I ate at The Windmill, one minute it was there, the next minute it was gone. Hours later it appeared on Instagram.
Big thanks to everyone that's posted fafies so far, long may it continue. If you are up for hunting for free art then follow me for clues.
Head of cutting out and colouring in at Korporate Industries.