Formulary for a new urbanism


Drawing on his interest in contemporary psychogeography and cartography, the British artist known as Fuller—aka Gareth Wood—spent a decade working on his London Town project. Created with black ink on cotton board, the intricately detailed illustrated map of Britain’s capital is a mindbending exploration of the vibrant metropolis.



Researching and working on London Town for ten years enabled Fuller to continually incorporate the ever changing nature of the city while conveying its unique vibe. The completed project has been acquired by the British Library for the national collection, but you can have your own copy through Fuller’s website.








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