The two central themes of The Honey Trap were the merits and disadvantages of big cities and the inherent relationships between architecture and nature.

 The overall composition was a Fibonacci spiral, the structure made of interlocking wooden honeycombs. In each cell individuals were framed, much like a person in a window across the way.  At night each hexagon had its own warm white light, which would slowly turn on and off, creating a place of calm.  Participants were encouraged to write and paint on The Honey Trap, making the sculpture a giant canvass on which other artists might collaborate.

The Honey Trap toured six different arts and music festivals throughout 2010 including Burning Man, where on the final night it was burnt by the artists in a glorious communal celebration.