Galets was born from a mix between two worlds: graffiti and aquatic photography.
When I proposed this idea of “aquatic gouzous hunt” to Jace, he immediately loved it! His fans would be able to go in search of the gouzous, through the clues given by the photographs.
So we spent several days, crisscrossing the island, dropping off the pebbles painted by Jace.
Just before hiding them, I took a picture of the gouzou in the water, with some clues about the place. Of course, the gouzous were then hidden on the spot, but not in the exact place of the picture! It would be too easy otherwise!
A great project because Jace’s work and the fact of the hiding allowed to create another work: the photography.