Pallet Series began with the appropriation of standard-sized packing pallets I found discarded around Liverpool's docking area. I repaired and painted each pallet in two contrasting colours with a black line around the contours creating a production line of "unique" pop-art sculptures.
The "luxury hand painted" pallets were then distributed for use on building sites, farms, trading estates and workshops and, where possible, documented during their new use-lifespan.
The project emerged whilst I was looking at crossovers between painting and sculpture ("endgames"), consumerism and the readymade, and of culture replacing industry. The Pallet Series provided a visual pun bring together ideas of taste, construction, labour, art and the everyday.