At KBCULTURE, we're following the current snooping and secret-sharing hoopla with a vested interest. [It's a little thing called freedom of the press.] So to see the issue cross over into the kitchen realm is quite the treat. In his aptly titled 'Informationleak_', Richard Evans, an artist and designer based in Birmingham/UK, arranges a torrent of laser-cut wooden letters gushing from a faucet and overflowing the sink. As best with all creative endeavors, I'll leave the interpreting up to you—but do note the small sign on the wall above the tap. It reads, 'Danger Hot Water'.