'These here (the zig zag lines)– it depicts seeing the lights coming towards you of the cars and the cars the number of cars there were on the road that night.
The squares themselves depict trouble and these spots are the spots where things haven’t gone quite right.
And this is really about the disaster and the effect it had at the end.
It symbolises Ian and what happened to him.
But it’s also something nice and reassuring to have around.
That’s ‘Twist of Fate’
And you can just about pick it out ‘Ian Baynham’ (text buried in artwork) - that’s also very special.'
JB talks about ‘Twist of Fate’ in the BBC2 programme 'Is It Safe To Be Gay in The UK? (1st August 2017).