If I want to make graffiti related to dirt, what should I research on its history to achieve my goal? If I want to explore the relation between transportation and pollution, what specifically should I research so it is related to New York? Is there a relation between throwing garbages and NBA? If yes, how can I make a visual connection? What should I research about garbage disposal, in terms to criticize the inappropriate method citizens take? Since hanging garbages on high places is popular, will doing research on this ‘tradition’ be helpful? How can I make stronger contrast between the garbages and the plant? If I turn it to a collage, what will be appropriate to stick on, in terms to make it stronger? how do other artists create a sense of danger in drawings related to transportation? Can the garbage bags become storytellers of inappropriate littering from citizens? If yes, how? Since garbages are symbolized by bombs here, what will be some deeper meaning of bombs? If I want to do further research on abandoned vehicles, what should I research so thatthe content can relate to pollution? How can I make viewers think about the relations between tree, littering cigarettes, and air, by just looking at this image? Who throws these garbages? Why do they do so? How does it effect others in life? if I want to expand deeper on this work, what material should I to create a sense of heavy pollution? What can I do to capture “damage”? What are some possible causes of this scar? Since there is no car on the road in this image, what can I do with the objects to present the damage brought by littering? How can I draw a boundary between mess and street art, when graffiti becomes such a public, messy, and unique identity of NY? How can I relate this image, which is more about the damage of the environment, to littering? Is there anything to deal with “the second world of garbage”/”the kingdom of garbage”? since there are lots of empty space on the pathway, how can I use the space to make the piece stronger?