Thursday, 24 March 2016

Bus Stop Stool at Neyland, Pembrokeshire.

A Psychedelic stool now available to bus travellers on the B4325 at Neyland, Pembs.

The stool was brought in by a customer but deemed to be 'without enough aesthetic merit to warrant the cost of reupholstery' and so was destined for landfill. I didn't do much to it, just re-used some webbing and foam from another armchair and some scraps of material to make it useful again.

Added a soldier (front leg, look carefully) and it was ready. I was thinking, I know just the place for this having passed the stop late last summer and photographed it. What I hadn't noted was that from our caravan in South Pembs I'd need to pay the 70p toll on the Cleddau Bridge to get to the bus stop and another 70p to get back again. So for the first time ever, this piece of guerrilla upholstery actually cost me money - £1.40 to be exact. That's half a pint in my local.

Who's going to buy me a half to make up for it?

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