While it isn't fine arts, I find him incredibly amusing. His work appeals to my angst-y teenager phase that wanted to destroy things but still remain innocent. It appeals to the childish and silly side within me. I find the materials to be clever and witty. Also, these works are in public places, which therefore makes them more interactive with people. In some ways, they almost seem like prank sculptures. No one can really sit on a bench with roller blades and a trash can can't really pee, but it's an abstract thought.