Friday, 11 September 2015
Guerrilla Upholstery - Pump House Cushion, Bosherston, Pembrokeshire
Somewhere soft to sit down while sheltering from the rain in the old pump house at Bosherston lily ponds.
I'm not sure what this concrete structure is but it had a perfect recess for sitting in so I measured it up and made this cushion for it.
The cushion is made from strips of fabric offcuts - all sorts in there, brocade, silk damask, printed linen all different weights and textures.*
And all very traditional (and of course colour coordinated) to reflect the age of the building and to contrast with the graffiti.
The sort of place where you may want to sit and perhaps smoke a fag and have a can of Special Brew.
* All my guerrilla upholstery projects are made quickly without too much attention to detail and often, you know, after the pub. It's an antidote to the day job. This cushion is quite wonky, if I made you a proper one it would be much neater than this.
Posted by Mick Sheridan Upholstery at 11:50