“Working on one side of a barn near the farmhouse is the signpainter known as Mo. Over the years, his distinctive signs have become part of the festival branding, but Mo is reluctant to call it anything as grand as a font. “It just evolved,” he said, “like things do. I’ve been doing it for 20 years and I am doing about 40 or 50 signs a day at the moment.” Mo starts work just under a month before the festival begins and this year hopes to be rewarded by seeing Seasick Steve play.”
From an article by Vanessa Thorpe in this weeks Observer. I’m off there myself this week for the sixth consecutive Glastonbury festival working with the recycling crew on the Pyramid stage. The 6am starts are a little harsh but it’s always worth it.
Read the full article here.