18 months after i first started painting things yellow for ‘When Painting Goes Too Far’ i am still discovering bits of yellow paint on various possessions of mine, my family and friends, and places i have been!

Some friends of mine have recently moved into a new flat and i was quite amused to see specks of yellow paint on their TV – this was because i was using that TV in my flat at the time of my yellow painting spree. I used to leave things to dry on the top of the TV but the number 1 button on the remote has yellow on it as i usually took a break from the painting and watched Neighbours on BBC 1!

I still own socks will yellow on the soles from where i accidentally stood on something i had painted and left to dry, and until just recently when i got a new phone, my phone was also quite yellow.

There are also some yellow specks on the steering-wheel of my mums car from when i had a paint emergency and had to go to B & Q after running out of paint! My dad also claims there is paint on the backseat of his car too from when he was transporting some of the items to my exhibition when they were not fully dry!

With all of this in mind i was quite interested when i came across artist Taz Lovejoy who is working on a project called ‘The Blue Blob’.

The project requires people to sculpt and photograph a small piece of blue plastercine and send it to her – increasing the awareness of the lack of blue in our natural world.

I just thought this was quite interesting because for every intentional blue blob she creates i have probably canceled it out with my accidental yellow blob!