"Graffiti for God" is about Graffiti, Google and God. It primarily locates flat roofs and reinterprets them as skyward scriptures for graffiti „authors“. In addition several other categories of locative context are depicted and correlated: police stations, hospitals or monitored areas as well as religious institutions.
The idea of mapping roof graffiti was inspired by "Wax+" and "Nemo", whose piece can already be seen on Google Maps in Berlins Center. In the style of medieval maps where Jerusalem often stood at the centre of the geographical drawings and God as the heavenly observer from above, this piece marks the centre of "Graffiti for God".