Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Wednesday 13th Feb - Labyrinths all over London

The other day I tripped across this news item - here's the link and a copy-and-paste of the first paragraph:

Mark Wallinger unveils labyrinth Tube art

Mark Wallinger's design for Westminster Each of the 270 stations has its own design, including this one for Westminster

Artist Mark Wallinger has unveiled his labyrinth design for artworks to be displayed at every station on the London Underground.

Permanent art works are to be displayed at each of the 270 Tube stations to commemorate the network's 150th anniversary.

Inspired by the Tube's symbols, each station will have its own unique black and white design.

The first ten will be on display from 7 February.

It represents the journey through the network taken by millions of individuals each year from that place, Wallinger said.

I'm looking forward to hunting them down at some time - a Summer project, maybe.



  1. What a wonderful idea! I wonder if Antonia has spotted this yet?

    1. That's one reason why I posted this - another is to make sure that I can track down the reference for an adventure someday.

  2. Hello! Yes I have spotted it - missed your post first time around somehow... I hunted in vain for the one at Bank, which is pretty much of a labyrinth anyway, but yesterday I found the one at Westminster! 269 to go...