Design for the Real World: London Underground Map

Feature

Friday, October 15, 2010

London's old, intensely convoluted subway required a new kind of map that broke the rules of cartography. Chris Spurgeon explains why the 1931 Underground map was copied from Tokyo to Chicago.

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Chris Spurgeon

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