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London Underground Marks 150th Year With 270 Intricate Artworks
By Sarah Lee, 08 Feb 2013
To celebrate London Underground’s 150th year, British artist Mark Wallinger has been commissioned to illustrate a labyrinth artwork for every Tube station in London.
A total of 270 unique patterns will be made permanent, making this London Underground’s largest art commission.
These intricate brain-like patterns also feature a red “You Are Here” cross that marks an embarkation point.
So far, 10 of the artworks have been unveiled, the rest are to follow in the summer.
St James Park
Tottenham Court Road
King’s Cross St Pancras
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