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“Sentry Alarms”, Newquay: wasp-waisted


“Sentry Alarms” burglar alarm, Newquay • Simpler than but similar to yesterday’s Safeguard Alarms design, and equally nice: a wasp-waisted fortress-plus-portcullis combo, with combat-ready stencil type. And like yesterday’s too, it’s situated on brutalist pebbledash: apt, as brutalism is a style of architecture which overtly references bastions and fortresses. Sentries are such a popular alarm trope I’ll feature a whole run of them soon; but I can’t find a firm with this specific logo on the internet. • Spotted: Bank Street, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7, England, 2012 • Politics: In the Liberal Democrat constituency of St. Austell and Newquay

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