This work, by London-based designer and illustrator Tim Fishlock, takes the form of a poster where each letter of the alphabet has been fashioned out of sections and lines from the London Underground map, originally created by Harry Beck
London Tube Map, 1933. Harry Beck's Underground map solved the problem of how to represent clearly a dense, complex interweaving of train lines. Placing the stations at similar intervals regardless of their true locations, Beck;s map was dismissed as too revolutionary when it was first submitted.
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Soundmap of London canals and minor rivers.An auditory tribute to Harry Beck's Underground map, the skeleton which has long lent shape to the city in the minds of Londoners. Here sounds were collected from along London's canals and lesser rivers. (SoundSurvey, 2012.)