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This kids' map belongs on every London-lover's wall

By Hayley Spencer
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Most maps of London don't quite convey our rose-tinted view of the city – they're too tubey, or too roady, or too pollution-y. But this illustrated kids' map by artist Malone Jamie shows off London's culture perfectly. Granted, it's not big on perspective, there are a lot more trees than we're sure line the streets IRL and the Natural History Museum's T-Rex has been resurrected and is on the loose – but all the biggies are there: the London Eye, Battersea Power Station, Regent's Park. And all without a hint of horrible congestion in sight on the surrounding roads. Glorious.

Buy the poster at online gallery L'Affiche Moderne.

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