2003- London Underground Maps 2003-

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London Underground Maps 2003-

Last updated 29 July 2008


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August 2003
The Tate Gallery by Tube
David Booth

January 2004
The Tate Gallery by Tube
David Booth

September 2004
You Are in London
Emma Kay

January 2005
You Are in London
Emma Kay

March 2005
You Are in London
Emma Kay

June 2005
untitled
Gary Hume

October 2005
Map of the London Underground
David Shrigley
This map was reissued because the artists’s signature did not appear on the orginal. He was not happy, and demanded that his design be reissued with his signature on it.
February 2006
Map of the London Underground
David Shrigley

June 2006
Global Underground Map
Yinka Shonibare

September 2006
Global Underground Map
Yinka Shonibare

January 2007
The Day Before (You Know What They’ll Call It? They’ll Call it the Tube)
Liam Gillick

May 2007
The Day Before (You Know What They’ll Call It? They’ll Call it the Tube)
Liam Gillick

July 2007
Portrait of John Hough
Jeremy Deller

November 2007
Portrait of John Hough
Jeremy Deller

January 2008
Underground Abstract
Cornelia Parker
This map was only in circulation for about four weeks as there were two errors in the design: one showed Notting Hill Gate without an interchange circle; the other showed Shepherds Bush on the West London Line (which had yet to open) as having step-free access.
February 2008
Underground Abstract
Cornelia Parker

March 2008
Going Underground
Mark Wallinger
There are two editions of this map. The second one explains the Monument/Bank station closure in the legend.

April 2008
Going Underground
Mark Wallinger
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