Participants in the search for parts were initially called "poachers". When they have found ten different pieces, they become "addicthimos".
The main motivation is to learn to see, to look more closely at every detail that surrounds us, to enjoy the environment more. The "adicthimo" learns to develop his senses, discerns, studies, thinks and deciphers the clues to locate the pieces, which will be his as a reward for his effort, without paying a penny.
The "addicthimo" gets fully into the world of art without realizing it and in a short time becomes an art collector, then arts in general begins to attract his attention.
The collector of Furtive Art pieces keeps and exhibits them with pride, and in that day-to-day effort, interacts with other participants promoting "fair play", solidarity and friendship as one of the most important contributions important to this "game".
It has been shown after these ten years and through studies by anthropologists such as Pauline Kulstad, that Furtive Art becomes a philosophy of life that makes friendship and solidarity an important axis for relationships. Often these groups unite their members in search of each new piece that is announced.
As it grows, Furtive Art materializes as a movement full of followers and pursues innovation, which with each piece or movement of the group, with each new technology - smartphones, GPS management, compasses, drones, infrared material, photography submarine, etc., gains more strength and life, keeping itself in constant renewal.