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'Sincere and purposeful' Sleek Magazine 'There is no denying that old industrial Britain has become a fashionable and popular subject' The Observer 'Excellent book for fashion designers and students looking for workwear-inspired visual research, as well as showing an interesting insight into the final days of coal mining in the UK in the 60s and 70s'Arts Thread Featured in Crafts Magazine

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Dr Steve Swindells is a Reader in Creative Practice and Claire Barber a Lecturer in Textile Crafts at the University of Huddersfield. They have been working together on site-conditional and artist-in-residence projects as Barber Swindells since 2010.

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