With one of the bumper stickers are Isle of Wight Festival organiser John Giddings and Claire Ball, who had the original sticker idea. Photo by Lucy Boynton.
ISLE of Wight Festival artwork, deemed at one stage to be too rude for taxis, could soon be appearing on the backs of cars across the Island.
The art deco-style image of a young woman draped in a sheet was initially banned from the back of a taxi firm's cabs.
The Isle of Wight Council reversed its decision to allow the image to be used and now Isle of Wight Festival bosses are selling bumper stickers featuring the picture in aid of an Island charity.
Money raised from the stickers, which can be bought for £2 from the Blacksheep Bar and the Waterside Pool in Ryde, will go to the Waterside Community Trust, which runs the pool.
Festival boss John Giddings added: "The Waterside pool in Ryde is such an important facility for people across the Island and the work done by The Waterside Community Trust, especially with young people, is phenomenal. I’m really proud to support them."