A couple of years ago, the local art-guerrilla types known as DUFI were asked to be involved in the redevelopment of the Old Town part of Inverness.
They designed several slabs and drain covers, all of which display water-themed messages. The messages were gathered from several sources, including local artists, writers, musicians & school-children.
I was asked to contribute to the project and see if I could come up with a text to be put on a slab. The text I suggested was a lyric from one of the first songs I ever put out – ‘Inhabit’ from my White Light Unknown/Inhabit 7″ single.
DUFI kindly decided to use my lyrics, which have now been sand-blasted into a slab and laid outside the Rendezvous Cafe in Church Street. Here's a picture of it:
As you can see, the weather was suitably (and typically) wet when I took the photo. I think it looks pretty great though.
I’m really proud of being part of this project and find it incredibly cool that I’ve had my lyrics permanently inscribed into the streets of Inverness.