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Travel Card Map

This to-scale map of London is made from 5,000 travelcards that artist, Vicky Steane collected while traversing the capital between 2000-2010.

The Travel Card Map is also geographically accurate. Look closer and you’ll see that Steane has depicted all of London’s green spaces, residential areas, government buildings, sports grounds – even all of the major A-roads make an appearance!

Also, the piece captures a London of years gone by. The travelcards represent a pre-Oyster card era, and the map depicts London prior to the 2012 Olympic Games, which saw significant redevelopment of East London.

This giclée print is from a limited edition of five, signed by the artist.


White Frame 190-225 with No Float + £270
White Frame 190-225 with Black Float + £397
White Frame 190-225 with White Float + £397
Black Frame 190-225 with No Float + £270
Black Frame 190-225 with Black Float + £397
Black Frame 190-225 with White Float + £397
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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Giclee, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 5
    Size (cm): 107 x 83
    Image Size (cm): 105 x 81
    SKU: AR20976

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    About the artist

    Vicky Steane is a mixed-media artist, children’s book illustrator and cartographer who creates murals, maps and visual stories, most notably her recreation of London crafted entirely from more than 5,000 travelcards.

    Steane has written and illustrated a series of children’s books called Little Robot Stories. She attributes the keen eye for detail and precision showcased in her Travel Card Map, to her background as a framer for the National Portrait Gallery, The Tate and Getty Images. 

    Steane creates her art in her studio on London’s Eel Pie Island, former hippie commune and hangout of rock royalty including David Bowie, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd.