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Not just history through art,
This review is from: London Underground Maps (Hardcover)
We saw the exhibition at the London Transport Museum and thought it was a really interesting history of the development of the marketing behind the London Underground system, plus modern twists of an artistic nature. I particularly liked Sephen Walter's 2012 "London Subterranea" a detailed map of what lies beneath the surface of London - humorous, grisly and interesting. Unfortunately the print of the artwork is too big for my living room, so the part copy in the book is the next best thing. I also liked the endless opportunities of producing artwork by using GPS to track personal routes round London (Jeremy Wood). I don't think this is a read from cover to cover book, but it makes a fantastic coffee table book.
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Initial post: 24 Nov 2012 15:27:37 GMT
Charlotte Bryant says:
I Googled London Subterranea and thought it looked quite cool until I saw the price!!
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