I wanted to be as spontaneous as possible with these, just pack a dry erase marker, find an open whiteboard, and draw. My three rules were: tag once daily before midnight, don't tag it if the suite seems occupied, and do not be seen.
First up was "my" suite. Easy. The only guy living there was a total hermit, if he existed at all.
Fun Facts: I was going for Kamigawa sorta.
Next was the suite across the hall.
I later learned that at least one person was still living there over the break, so I erased it, quite happily, actually.
It's kind of ugly. But it does Remind me of someBody I used to know...
Next a suite downstairs.
Easter Eggs: Death Star, Millennium Falcon, TIE fighters, Star Destroyers, "my nightmare."
Fun Facts: Not really my nightmare, but I was scared of aliens for a long time.
Baa: I'm afraid of the dark.
And across the hall from yesterday for day four.
Easter Eggs: An apple from either Paradise Lost or Death Note.
Fun Facts: They say Superman's the greatest!
Baa: But I disagree.
Entryway A sucked about using their whiteboards, even A21, who had a 4 color marker set hanging unused off their board! I found B to be the opposite: theirs were mostly already taken up.
Leaving my entryway, I found the emptiest B board I could, which had a guy on it already, so I just did some tweaks.
Man, it's ugly. Kinda reminds me of Sam Waterston.
Easter Eggs: "Pablo was he" references a name I liked to introduce myself as Freshman Year.
Fun Facts: It's supposed to seem like someone defaced my tag.
Baa: I like introducing myself with fake names if I don't expect to ever be named/remembered afterward or if I don't think the other person really cares.
This was a fun one. It had a grid on it, so I turned it into a game of breakout.
Entryway C was fun to draw in because it was still crawling with people, so I had to really dance around them in order to draw unnoticed.
I felt like a real little tagger, dodgin' the coppers and stuff, except I wasn't destroying a building for "art."
Fun Facts: Tagging where it's literally JUST a dude's name isn't art.