Won't be long until this!.. British folk dancers, Morris men in Hastings, Sussex, UK on a May Bank Holiday. The earliest mention of Morris Men is in 1448 and records the payment of seven shillings to Morris Dancers by the Goldsmiths Company in London. (it's ok we all find it a bit weird too!)
Formes Vives, affiche du Festival intergalactique de l’image alternative, association Canal Ti Zef, A1, offset quadri, septembre 2012
Bonnaroo attendees could relax in hammocks and enter to win V.I.P. passes in the "Great State Lounge" hosted by State Farm. The insurance company also provided what it called "Bonnaroo Roadside Assistance"—free services such as help with lockouts, flat tires, and dead batteries.
I absolutely LOVE the prink-making techniques used for this (bottom of image). I suspect there was some digital application used, I can imagine doing each individual image by hand would be timely. The use of vibrant and broad colours is also interesting as there are both a mixture of Autumn and Spring colours in there, despite being a summer festival. This is a definite source of inspiration when experimenting with print techniques.
Green Man Festival by YCN Studio. The overall branding created by YCN studio ties in a playful aesthetic that really suits the Grass roots theme. I also really like that YCN studio has created a font with quirky pictographs.
Eco Weaving Kit for beginners by Alchemy. http://thealchemystore.bigcartel.com