Underground Design

Frequent visitors to Travel Between The Pages will by now indulge my interests in maps, public transportation systems, and design. This brand new series of very cool maps from Blue Crow Media was just launched with a brilliant two-sided cartographic guide providing insight into the architecture, graphic design, and history of London’s Underground network.

The London Underground Architecture and Design Map was curated by transport design historian Mark Ovenden and has terrific photographs by Will Scott. It includes a geographical Underground map, with featured stations and corresponding information, graphic design, artwork, and architecture background.

Blue Crow plans to follow-up with similar publications on other famous public transport systems. Here’s the link for more information on the project and ordering yours.

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