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Help make history by funding London's largest ever tube map

Press Release: August 22, 2015

Help make history by funding London's largest ever tube map

Put the misery of tube strikes behind you and help celebrate the world's oldest underground network.

For the last two years emerging Word & Image Artist Ant Smith has been photographing the entire tube network creating intriguing imagery for every station. He now plans to create the LARGEST TUBE MAP every at 66 feet by 44 feet, in a forthcoming exhibition.

As the tube changes significantly right now this map will forever memorialise the tube and it's 11 well known lines.

By supporting the exhibition not only do we create a piece of history but people also get to KEEP A PIECE OF IT.

Ant is also collecting personal stories from Londoners about The Tube for a forthcoming book edition. So if you were born on the tube, or got engaged at a station, or whatever contact Ant.

With coverage so far in TimeOut and on ITN a real buzz is building - it's rare to notice history forming around us so get involved while you can.

See all the images here http://bit.ly/seethetube

Contribute to history here http://bit.ly/fundthetube

There's a wealth of imagery to support this story so feel free to contact me if you need those.

Notes to editors

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Visit the newsroom of: Ant Smith2