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July 25, 2012


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That's amazing! I'm also really glad that you had sunshine!


Aw thanks, and *so* am I. A lot.


This is pretty incredible :) As per uge, your drawing is lovely!


Impresionante. Whilst musing on the Tent Grafitti, it occurred to me you could extend the theme - how about pregnant women at festivals? something to raise their spirits in the interminable queue for the Portaloos, perhaps.Poor things tend to get stuck in a very small strategic territory between the ice-bucket and the bogs. Being mobile performance art might distract them from their woes, momentarily...

Lizzy Stroud

I just wanted to say how fabulous and well loved this tent is. It's been to Cornwall and Brittany and Kezia (my friend's daughter) and I are sharing it, so it will get maximum use. An expedition into the woods is planned in the next few weeks... We have really admired the beautiful painting - it captures so beautifully the spirit of the festival. What did you use to do it? I thought I'd like to annotate where it had been on the inside. Thank you so much again!
Lizzy (from Wurlitza)


I'm so glad you discovered how to fold the thing down: I had to go watch the Youtube instruction video!
(also glad it didn't smudge: I used Posca pens, which are widely available, and which I have never tested under variable weather conditions before)

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