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Redesigned Cassettes

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Once CDs came along, tapes had pretty much had it. They became useless items no longer required to fulfil their music playing duties.

But that's all about to change. Thanks to artist Benoit Jammes, cassettes can rejoice as they've been given a new lease of life.

The designs below show a selection of hand crafted pictures by Benoit. Our favourite being the Kill Bill version, which we will be purchasing if they ever become available.

Not since we bought a copy of Now 26 from Our Price have we been this excited about small plastic rectangles.

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