1. Sydney street artist Michael Pederson has been leaving his commentary on life in different locations around the city. All photos courtesy of Michael Pederson / Via miguelmarquezoutside.com 2. While humorous, Pederson's art is often a reaction to the environment around him. 3. "Sometimes, a particular location or object in the urban environment will give me an idea," Pederson told BuzzFeed. 4. Other times though, his ideas drive him to create an installation. 5. Like this one called "You will not fall through". 6. Pederson leaves his work around town for public consumption. That's if you notice. 7. It can be as small as this "please do not touch" sign. 8. Or as big as this. 9. Some are suggestions on surviving social misadventures. 10. Pederson also frames ordinary objects into pieces of art. 11. A lot of his installations are impermanent. 12. Like this armchair on the side of the street. 13. This ear listening to the beat of the city. 14. An abandoned shopping trolley. 15. And an urban relic. 16. Pederson's work hits viewers right at the core of their existence. 17. How minute they feel. 18. Or how transcient. 19. And that everything in life is drifting.