594mm x 420mm
|Lithographic print||On back|
This is a strictly limited edition run and each print is individually numbered.
InspirationThis graphic combines a geographic map of London's tube network, with data showing the language (after English) most commonly spoken by people living near each tube station. The many colours of the map reveal London's linguistic diversity.
The datasets used to create this art print are derived from the OpenStreetMap project which is © OpenStreetMap contributors 2015 and available under the Open Database Licence (ODbL), and from the Ordnance Survey and the Office for National Statistics, which is Crown Copyright and Database Right 2015 and available under the Open Government Licence (OGL).
Framing NotesPlease note that the print is supplied unframed. It designed to fit particularly well in the following kinds of frames:
- 70cm x 50cm IKEA-type frame, with mount containing 49cm x 39cm window. This is the recommended frame.
- It will also look great in an A2 frame without mount, or a larger frame with an A2 mount. This way, the full print can be seen at once.
- Alternatively, the print will also look great unframed or in a simple clip frame.