11:02AM, Saturday 15 June 2013
An artist who aims to 'drop' 200 of his paintings across the country has now racked up nearly 700 followers on Twitter.
Paul Letts, who goes by his artist name of 'Letts' first started dropping his abstract art in February with the aim of bringing free art to the streets.
"I am dedicated to this project 110%," said the 37-year-old.
"I have just got lots of fantastic art to give to everyone."
"I am not going to give up," he added.
"The feedback we are getting from people that are finding it is really positive."
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