The front cover is really worth studying. There is an immensity of detail, even a prison number on Harvey’s back.
Comparison can be drawn to a limited extent with the back cover of “All our own work”, the LP Sandy did with the Strawbs. It is clear that in both cases it was she who did the chalkwork. On “What we did…” it looks like a blackboard that was used, whereas it appears to be horizontal tarmac in the earlier case. With the Strawbs drawing, she confined the content to drawings of the heads of the four members of the group, withthe words “Sandy and the Strawbs” around the top, and “All our own work” along the bottom. On “What we did…” the group’s name is printed, but the title is written in infant school letters, starting as “What we did on my holiday”, but with “my” crossed out and replaced with “our” and some scribble from which an “s” is visible added at the end of “holiday”.
The idea was adopted, in a way, in 1974 by Steeleye Span, with “Now we are six”.