These mosaics, in vitreous glass on mesh, are placed in the dreary vennels of Selkirk. They illustrate the names of the closes they are in. They are designed using the pictorial language of the tribal Warli art from Maharashtra which I was taught by a friend visiting from India. The language is so versatile and creative, depicting whole scenes and stories using only white for the figures, houses, trees etc against a terracotta background. It became the perfect style for my graffiti.