The best picnics, in our opinion, are those that put us back in touch with our environment, allowing us to get back to basics and completely detach from the civilized world. A rock, a tree trunk, a stump, and the banks of a creek all transform into basic furniture that satisfies our need for comfort while forming the central element of an improvised camp. Our project consisted of discovering these spots and revealing them as being suitable for a picnic. The checkered picnic blanket was a natural choice to authenticate these perfect spots and encourage the practice of open-air dining. Both popular and transgenerational, it functions here as a signage system that delineates the park and marks the locations of past or future picnics. Our job as designers was limited to the creation of this picnic blanket, using glass paste to ensure its permanence. This project defines the blanket object as a new type of public dining furniture which can create improvised structures depending on the surfaces and areas in which we decide to install it.