GRINDR users should be careful of what they put on their app profiles, as it may end up as a piece of art by Adam Seymour.

In the Australian artist’s 2013 watercolour and ink on paper series entitled G-Force, Seymour, he has turned people’s profiles and chats into works of art.

“I began the project as I had become intrigued by the idea of our private worlds being made public through social media,” the Melbourne-based artist told BuzzFeed.

“We reveal our most wild, deviant, sexual, fantastical selves to the digital universe, for anyone to see, and yet, for some reason, maintain this subconscious expectation that only our desired audience will see it.”

Seymour said he planned to create a book from his artwork.

Adam Seymour’s works can be viewed at ruralranga.com

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H/T: Buzzfeed

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