Most natural reserves and parks in Europe are meticulously designed and created by us. Most forests are used for agricultural purposes or designed to provide us leisure and a contrast to our city dwellings. One could almost argue that areas where it was too difficult for us to build, grow and make use of the land, where the winters were too harsh or the summers too hot, or access to water was too difficult or the rugged terrain was to uninviting for us to settle - geographically speaking - we stayed away long enough to now have these places remain as natural reserves.

This series focuses on and plays with the visual signs, the local communication and sign-language manifestation of the forest keepers. These small and insignificantly looking graffitis can have a great impact.