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The Cultural TfL Map x Time Out

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Time Out exists to inspire their readers to make the most of their city – whether that’s the latest must-see art exhibition, a serene hidden garden or a killer music venue in an unexpected part of town. That’s why they’ve teamed up with TfL to uncover fantastic cultural experiences all over London.

A select group of artists represented by Jelly London were asked to create some TfL posters to bring to life their ‘Wonderful world of off-peak’ initiative, revealing some of Time Out’s recommended museums, galleries, street art and more on various tube lines.

Download the maps here.

Illustration: Damien Weighill

 

Illustration: Dan Woodger




Illustration: Hannah Warren
 



Illustration: Joe Waldron
 

Illustration: Matt Johnstone
 


Illustration: Matt Lyon

 

Illustration: Mimi Leung


Illustration: Steve Scott

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