Round the back of the dodgems after the kids have left the funfair
Someone'e bought that one already.
This summer we were invited to Dulwich Picture Gallery as part of the wonderful Edward Bawden exhibit. It was an evening of celebrating the British seaside, so we tool Sunshine & Pancakes and What I Did On My Holidays, and we make a new fragrance specially for the event. It might possibly appear next year, but we're not sure as one of the materials cost an arm and several legs.
There are 8 x 9mls left over right now.
Here's what we're invisibly painting: a traditional funfair by the seaside, with toffee apples, old oiled dodgem machines with leather seats and sparking metal poles. A whiff of illicit cigarette smoke from behind the canvas, where the teenagers meet up when their parents are putting their younger siblings to bed. It's dark, the lights are flashing, the music is blaring and you're starting an adventure.
The name: we were guided by my parents away from people wearing "kiss me quick" hats, by my dad because he was worried about his daughters and teenage boys, by my mother because she didn't approve of the bad grammar.