These paintings are nostalgic reminiscences of Philippine popular culture using kitschy references like the stickers found in our public transportation jeepneys and street art to make witty, acerbic statements. I chose enamel to replicate the vinyl-like texture and saccharine colors of the ubiquitous jeepney sticker-aesthetic. I further explore the materiality of enamel paint and simulate the machine process of printing by pouring it directly on a stretched canvas laid flat. I “herd” the paint without using traditional paint brushes to conform to the images on canvas – just like the good shepherd who tends to his flock. I consider the spills and drips and accidental textures as wayward sheep.