The Big Brother 2013 housemates got creative yesterday as they painted about their time in the Big Brother house.
Each housemate was given an easel, canvas and palette of paint and are told that they had to create an abstract picture which will represent their time in the house so far.
When their time was up they individually presented their picture to the rest of the group and explained what it symbolises.
The various pictures were all rather abstract and each focused on their own ups and downs.
Callum's featured the "explosion" of his VT being seen, with a drawing of himself carrying a globe to symbolise the feeling of having the weight of the world on his shoulders.
Gina's picture on the other hand was simply a self portrait of herself, surrounded by eyes.
Twins Jack and Joe meanwhile took a more interesting approach, with 15 dots representing each of this year's housemates.
Because Big Brother believed that the housemate’s paintings are creative and imaginative enough, they went on to receive letters from their families (real ones, this time) yesterday evening.