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Dirty, chaotic, comfortable - welcome to the punk house

The shared squats are light on furniture, but heavy on extensive book and CD collections, art, and the occasional reminder to clean up. The shared squats are light on furniture, but heavy on extensive book and CD collections, art, and the occasional reminder to clean up. (Photo by Abby Banks)
By Meaghan Agnew
Globe Correspondent / December 13, 2007

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A rchitectural Digest as reimagined by Sid Vicious? Well, not quite. But "Punk House," a new book from Vermont photographer Abby Banks, offers an atmospheric glimpse into the shared homefronts of the country's musicians, artists, and anarchists and brings front and center an aesthetic and lifestyle typically - and deliberately - relegated to the margins. (Full article: 716 words)

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