A geezer named Courtenay Pollock came up as an artist during the free love movement of the seventies and is most known for the sense-scintillating stage sets that backdropped those time-honoured kings of psychedelic rock, The Grateful Dead (maybe you’ve heard of them?), where he used a clever tie-dye process he dubbed as ‘Geometriart’. The same technique can be ogled at – with or without rose tinted glasses – on Rumpl’s The Nanoloft Puffy Blanket and, put simply, it’s a real sight to behold. Art history lesson aside, this particular doozy is made from precisely fifty plastic bottles and is flooded full of heat-hoarding down, for trips more kindred to the camping decree. Oh… and it’s resistant to any perilous thermos spillages and bracken-induced snagging too.
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