Share this article:Plastic Jesus is his name, and “guerrilla” street art is his game. The British-born artist drew international attention this week for his 6-inch-tall wall around Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. But before he assumed a
The British-born artist drew international attention this week for his 6-inch-tall wall around Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In the winter of 2008, I started noticing that all of the fast food places near work had these little acrylic application holders out in the open. So, I got to work designing a new job application, with much more entertaining questions. All I had to do was remove the spaces for “the last ten places you worked” and there was more than enough room for every question I could dream up.
To blend into any setting, I invented the fast-food conglomerate Serv-Joy. With this logo, a better name would be “GoatSe.rv-Joy”.
It was an application best described as absurd. My goal was to create questions that were ridiculous, contradictory and just a little seedy.
Little Timmy is our four foot tall dummy all dressed up in his halloween costume holding a bag of candy. Armed with a couple of hidden cameras and a wireless microphone we set off to pull pranks in the neighborhood with our fake kid trick or treating