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How big is that? It looks huge in the photo, but I'm assuming that's not a giant size candle in front. Is this a small piece or a large wall hanging?



that made no sense.
sorry, very tired.
all i really want to know is about how big that iss and what's it made of? cloth? painting?


the easiest thing for size is to see a different photo so i have uploaded one here - http://jonnybaker.blogs.com/jonnybaker/files/jakelever-1.jpg

it was suspended off a scaffolding in big squares joined together. not sure exactly what the material is.


I couldn't get beyond the left hand looking like a stop signal - a policeman's hand stopping traffic. So rather than being invited into God's presence, I felt held up. Maybe I need to think about that some more...


Gutted to miss this I love Jakes work... the book they did on Angels was superb

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