I have created this project because it was something that I felt like was creative, different, and spontaneous. My overall vision for this project was to make a vault from a bank. What inspired me was movies that I watched, and in the movies there were people that robbed banks. I wanted to do this, because it was a topic that I have never heard of before and it seemed different to me. However, working and getting further in my project I changed the vision. I now am doing the door to spongebob homes. I did this because really I didn’t like the way it was looking, so this was kind of a last minute decision that still applied to why I created this work. I want people to see the fun in my project and see that it wasn’t planned, detailed, or elaborated. It was an off the thought process for both the first and for the ultimate product. I don’t think none of my previous projects really related to this project, simply because again for this I basically free thought it. Other projects I planned them out and they were projects that I did rough drafts for. The outcome for this project is also different because for me it is just like “ I did this to do it “ I didn’t do it to receive major or constructive feedback. My work fits in with contemporary art work because It is talking about spongebob. Spongebob is something that many will deem as 21st century, that they think is currently a big thing. It fits in with history of art practice because history of art practice studies why certain pieces are basically essential to the way media portray them. I think my piece does that exactly being as though everyone love Spongebob, and the everyone knows about it. This project doesn’t fit into old things that I did, because my objective behind it is way different than what my other projects were. My inspiration simply was Spongebob. Relation is really important to me when I do things. Without relating to a certain something I don’t really feel like my work is complete and full.