I prefer to paint rather than stencil.
Which leads me to video games (!) You know the type; those collect-things sub missions that make up a portion of just about every game on the market. Even games as far removed from Mario coin retrieval as Gears of War 2 have pointless collectibles scattered less than liberally around the maps.
Usually collecting things will lead to in game ego petting trophies or achievements, sometimes collecting enough things will unlock further features or extra content, but by and large that is the extent of reward for all your hard foraging.
But then there are games where collecting things are the game, and your initial foray onto the LittleBigPlanet will find you finding things in increasing desperation.
Stepping back a few paces, LittleBigPlanet needs to be put onto its videogame contextual pedestal.
LittleBigPlanet is an important exclusive for Sony on their PlayStation 3, so important in fact that when even a sniff of controversy is about to hit this G rated game, Sony are quick to react, as they did when excerpts of the Qur’an were linked with the background music in the game.