Catch this. People going from hotel room to hotel room, taking down the 'art' on the wall, putting their own art underneath and then replacing the original 'art'. According to...

Catch this. People going from hotel room to hotel room, taking down the ‘art' on the wall, putting their own art underneath and then replacing the original ‘art'. According to City Rag, it's creating an army of people peaking behind stuff on the walls of their hotel rooms.

Maybe unsurprisingly, a touring rock star is one of the key artists behind this movement. Josh Homme of the Queens Of The Stone Age told German Magazine Der Arztwitz,_"Basically, it's like a box of Cracker Jacks. You get a secret toy surprise. We have a set of patterns and each art piece is kind of a stepped up rendition in the duration we spend in a room. We spend a lot of time in museums and hotel rooms while touring. That's our inspiration."

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