Happily enough, Ruangkritya has found a rather entertaining way to do it. In "Thai Politics I," he photographed t-shirts of supporters of the Yellow Shirt Movement against former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. It's clear that the photographs have documentary value, in the sense that they record these politically-motivated messages (and, in one photo, The Doors). Ruangkritya says they "can tell us quite a lot about what issues they are supporting, or the supporters' concern at that time." Still, they're also enjoyable to look at as portraits, or as cultural objects.