When I started exploring the fine art aspect of photography, and imagined my first solo show of photographs, I liked thinking of titling the exhibit, "Works On The Walls". It struck a chord with me in an imaginative, ironic way, and so that is why I like to refer to this blog as "Writings On The Walls". It plays so nicely with the idea of images being displayed in a printed form on the wall as either framed or unframed works.
The idea really came to full expression in the work I did with my wonderful muse and poet, Jemfyr, on the Mosaïque Journey gallery that combines photography and poetry directly on the wall! To me, the idea of actually writing on walls is at once child-like (or childish to some), creative, naughty, iconoclastic, a no-no, (a yes-yes), and at the same time harkens back to our earliest ancestors in caves, who were often writing on walls and leaving magnificent cathedrals for us to marvel at.
So I say, go ahead, write on your walls, both real and virtual... you might be surprised what creativity comes from it!