A work which on the left features and animal rear painted in blue on the left an explosion of red paint.

Certain subjects are limited by representing them in either two or three-dimensions. Spriggs has developed an environment that breaks free from the laws that constrict both two and three-dimensional materials. 
The appearance of three-dimensional form is created by drawing or painting crosssections of a subject onto multiple layers of transparent film. In this constructed space, he creates visual signs which broaden ways to think about concepts like deconstruction, symbolism, movement, and the immaterial.