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Protec Wells, Bristol: ziggurat

Protec Wells

“Protec Wells” burglar alarm, Bristol • How charming, a logo in the form a steppy triangle. A typographic ziggurat, if you will. I think it refers to the tiny city of Wells, rather than claiming to protect water-harbouring holes in the ground. Although you never know in the West Country – things sometimes get a bit weird out that way, and they do have quite a lot of ancient wells. • Spotted: Town centre, Bristol, Avon, BS1, England, 2007 • Politics: In the Liberal Democrat constituency of Bristol West


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  1. Seems to be quite a few cables in and out of that bell. Obviously only 1 person has ever been there with a drill and everyone has used it!

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