By Alyssa Pereira

Handling yourself at a music festival can be a clumsy thing. Between carrying a backpack, sweater, blanket, water, snacks, sunscreen and whatever else on Earth you’ve decided to tote along, it’s hard enough to literally keep it all together. You can pretty much forget about trying to stay on top of who is playing where at what time.

Sarah Lawrence, a graphic designer for Paste Magazinejust about had it with that kind of festival experience.

“I’m a schedule person—I like to know when to be where, and who I’m seeing. Festivals usually give out paper brochures or booklets that let you keep track of your weekend, but what if they get soggy and wet in the torrential downpour of Shaky Knees 2014?” she writes on her website. “What if you keep your schedule in your phone and the phone dies?”

So she came up with a brilliant solution to all that: temporary schedule tattoos.

(Courtesy of Sarah Lawrence)

(Courtesy of Sarah Lawrence)

As soon as the big festivals catch on to this, the days of rifling through your large bag in the crowded audience are gone! All you’ll need to do is check your forearm.

Lawrence is currently looking to spread her idea by working with music festivals to see her invention in action.

To learn more about how they work, visit her blog.

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