Greatest Memories:

Once again myself and Mau Mau painted the ‘So Soiled Crew’ skateboard ramp in the Greenpeace field at the wonderful Worthy Farm festival of performing arts (aka Glastonbury Festival).

The theme we decided on before we got there was to produce a scene of a ‘retail experience’ in a warehouse style shop, in a fixed colourscheme. As you can hopefully see, we focused on one particular brand to help with the message (namely PIKEA). The selected Greenpeace theme for the year was ‘save the rain forest’ so we created a checkout and a father/child customer dressed in James Cameron’s’ Avatar costumes. Large sale slogans were used to dress the rest of the ramp. See the 360 panorama at the bottom…

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