Look out for our Labyrinth Project poster on the tube.

The Grey Coat Hospital has been working with Art on the Underground over the last year on their Labyrinth Project. Enamel images of labyrinths, designed by Mark Wallinger, are now hanging in every tube station to celebrate the tube’s 150th anniversary. Ms Burnett has worked with TfL on their Labyrinth education pack and the school hosted a screen printing workshop here before Christmas.
As a result of the workshop, run by artist Holly Graham, a poster of work by Lucy Groom, 8Y, is to be made by London Underground and displayed across the network.
Look out for this and the Labyrinth panels – the numbers on them denote the order they were visited by the Tube Challenge holder. The Tube Challenge involves visiting every tube station on the network in the shortest amount of time. More information on the Labyrinth Project can be found here.

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