In 2011, actor and comedian Jim Carrey was found spraypainting the outside of his art studio in the West Village after New York officials decided to paint over his original graffiti. Carey stenciled a figure of what he calls “Baba” (a mischevious deity) on to the wall, surrounded by colors. He finished off the mural with the initials “F.F.C.,” which stand for “Freedom From Concern.” He later took to Twitter to tell followers that he dubbed his art studio, “The Church of FFC.” His art studio officially opened for public viewing in 2011.