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Studio Dorothy has just updated its Lost Desination series of prints of classic brutalist buildings, illustrated by Stephen Millership, with three new additions: Brunel University, Stockwell Bus Garage and Birmingham Central Library

Studio Dorothy has just updated its Lost Desination series of prints of classic brutalist buildings, illustrated by Stephen Millership, with three new additions: Brunel University, Stockwell Bus Garage and Birmingham Central Library…

The series, amusingly billed on their site as “dedicated to the types of buildings my mum hates”, launched last year and has to date included prints of Birmingham’s Spaghetti Junction, Forton Services (between junctions 32 and 33 on the M6), Preston Bus Station, the Tricorn Centre in Portsmouth (now demolished) and Flyingdales RAF radar based in north Yorkshire.

According to Dorothy’s Twitter, the studio has plans to honour a few more architectural gems from the north west and to commence work on a couple of car parks as well.

All prints are 60 x 80cm and £35 (plus p&p). More on the Lost Destination prints at wearedorothy.com


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