In England, they scar the landscape with their monolithic brutality. In Japan, they look like works of art...
Our idea of gas stations in the UK tends to be grey stacks of steel lurking over the skyline of a suburban town. In Japan it seems they like to do things a bit differently with colour, cartoons and writing daubed all over theirs. They look amazing and put us to shame. C’mon British Gas, we’re lagging behind…
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