Illustrator Mike Miles is no stranger to the London landscape – he previously devoted three years to drawing a miniscule cityscape of London, which measured just 1m x 1.5m (pretty tiny when you consider how much there is to cram in). This time, he's working to a slightly shorter time frame and given himself a bit more sketching space. Between 10am and 6pm tomorrow (June 23), he'll be setting up his easel in locations in Westminster, Soho and the East End and speaking to Londoners including The Groucho Club manager Bernie Katz, MP Nigel Evans and The Rib Man about what local sites he should include on the map. You can also get involved by suggesting your favourite places in London on Twitter and Facebook by tagging @GetMischief, @wacomeurope and #LondonersLondon.
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