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There’s A 40ft Photographic Tube Map On Show And It’s Astonishing

Lucy Bloxham Lucy Bloxham

There’s A 40ft Photographic Tube Map On Show And It’s Astonishing

Until January 16th, Art4Space in Stockwell is exhibiting the largest ever visualisation of the tube map, ‘Walk the Lines’: a 40ft collection of photographs created by London underground enthusiast Ant Smith. Having photographed every single tube station, it took Ant two years to complete Project 269, and now, with the help of a crowdfunding drive, you can witness the incredible collection for yourself. The art exhibition is said to ‘capture the hearts of Londoners’.

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You can visit any day (except Monday) between 2pm and 8pm – or at other times by appointment (more details here). It is large enough to walk up and down the lines (40 feet across) yet small enough to fit in a studio so you can see the entire network at a glance.

‘A unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the fine architecture and long history of this city in exactly the way we CAN’T in our day-to-day lives‘. This is something we’ll definitely be hopping on the tube to visit, that’s for sure. Unit 1, 31 Jeffreys Road, Stockwell, UK, SW4 6QU

Featured Image Credit: TimeOut

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