As a result of REVOK’s process, his studio refuse adopts a colorful, textured and graphic quality to create his Self Portrait series. After working for a few months’ time, the artist reuses the drop cloth on his studio floor by affixing it to canvas. The only alteration he makes to the cloth is the fold he creates to have it fit within the frame of the canvas. The self portrait series is therefore a glimpse into REVOK’s studio life over a prolonged period of time. Items found in the canvas can vary, from sawdust to a paw print from his Boston Terrier, Bosley, the surface is an intimate reflection of the artist and his practice.