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Refused - The Shape Of Punk To Come
"You can’t really put your finger on it … a mix of techno, violins, distinct guitar riffs, and everything else you’d expect not to hear in a punk rock record” - via Punknews
Sixteen years after its initial release on Epitaph records, this is still one of the most brain-obliteratingly progressive albums you are ever likely to hear!

Refused - The Shape Of Punk To Come

"You can’t really put your finger on it … a mix of techno, violins, distinct guitar riffs, and everything else you’d expect not to hear in a punk rock record” - via Punknews

Sixteen years after its initial release on Epitaph records, this is still one of the most brain-obliteratingly progressive albums you are ever likely to hear!

The Double Arrow (by Nick Job)

A website devoted to the British Rail Corporate Identity from 1965-1994, including an exhaustive amount of British Rail design material, from the four volumes of the Corporate Identity Manual, right down to the uniforms to be worn by the catering room refreshment staff.

Gerry Barney drew up one of the UK’s most recognisable and resilient symbols, the double arrow logo, in 1964, after the six designers at the Design Research Unit were given a brief from the studio’s co-founder Milner Gray

Breathing new life into the nation’s neglected railway industry, the corporate identity of British Rail has far outlasted the company itself as it continues to be used throughout the United Kingdom, on traffic signs and railway stations.

Banksy In New York (by Ray Mock)

Filled with photos of the various installations from Banksy's month-long project, Better Out Than In, on the streets of New York in October 2013. Writer and photographer Ray Mock offers a first-hand day-by-day account of the events surrounding the 31-day residency, featuring over 120 images over 120 pages and limited to 2,000.