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Coverdown: Freewheelin 216 / Freewheelin-on-line take 18
 

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If you go down to the Tate today, you’re in for a big surprise. Just round the river’s bend from where David Blaine is living in a Perspex box, and within sight of the London Eye, you will find this big pink inflatable sculpture. It is the work of the artist Paul McCarthy and he has called this particular creation ‘Daddies Bighead’. I must say that it looks very impressive. 

As the streets of London are however becoming somewhat overcrowded I have removed ‘Daddies Bighead’ to the woods around Woodstock. So it is a Big Pink near the Big Pink. And as it is now in the woods, I suppose that I have should have started this explanation with the words: ‘If you go down to the woods today you’re in for a big surprise’.  

Dylan was probably very surprised to find that a giant inflatable had landed in his back garden. And he was also probably left wondering just how his younger brother had managed to climb up into ‘Daddies Bighead’ to rescue that kitten. 

Rupert is not bothered at all for, despite the carvings on the rocks beneath him, he is happy ‘cos he knows that today’s the day the teddy bears have their picnic!

 

Theo Casamegas

 
 
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