Graphic designer David Duval smith and Architect Michael Frank joined partnerships and became "Namaiki." Both now living in Japan, they exhibited "Kinky muff land." Their philosophy is concerned with playing and being humorous. They like to bring the communities in together when producing art as Duval quoted "Everyone has a voice, and everyone can be involved." In this project they started to grow an edible jungle in their back garden where people would come and swap seeds and help plant. They began to plant all around the streets, growing daikon radishes and broccoli next to roadside trees. I like this idea of "green graffiti." This was then playfully exhibited in Osaka for 4-5 months as an instalation, with their objects placed within the natural worlds. They would continue to grow and create fresh intricate worlds.