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As AJ readers, you evidently appreciate the very best in architectural photography, but the opposite also has a weird attraction, as evidenced in publishing phenomena such as Crap Towns and Boring Postcards. Lawyers, who often view images of evidence, are privileged to have access to some of the most banal photography around and the clever people at TEC, the construction barristers' association, have had the nous to take advantage of it - for charity, of course. They have produced a limited-edition calendar, spiffily designed by Studio Myerscough, that features such intriguing elements as a pair of scissors stuck into dodgy mortar and a piece of distorted metal labelled 'the outer topography between the two perforations'.

Visit www. tecbar. org to get your copy.

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