I knew from the get go that I wanted the interior of the van to be white. There were a couple of reasons for this.
Making art. When working in a studio, the walls and ceiling should be white, so that they don’t reflect color onto your work.
Clean, minimal look and feel. I just wanted it to look clean for as long as possible.
The first layer was a layer of anti-mold white primer and a second and third layer of white wall paint. The process of painting was just like painting a room – choose a color, use a brush to paint the edges and then a roller to fill in all of the flat spaces.
Painting was a job that was not going to be finished until the van was in a condition to live in. This was just the first part of the painting process – as walls were cut, they were painting before they were installed.