Prize for Illustration: London Places and Spaces

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 (A Very British Pastime by John Holcroft)
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A Very British Pastime by John Holcroft
 (Underground Fashion by Zara Picken)
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Underground Fashion by Zara Picken
 (Roof Garden by Anna Steinberg)
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Roof Garden by Anna Steinberg
 (Piccadilly Shines for You by David Cutts)
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Piccadilly Shines for You by David Cutts
 (191 Garden by Amael Isnard)
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191 Garden by Amael Isnard
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The brief for 2015's edition of this annual competition was to capture something of London's unique character using the city's places and spaces as inspiration. There sure are plenty of those to choose from, so visitors to this exhibition of the top 100 entries can expect to see an imaginative range of artworks, each of which will be accompanied by an explanation of the place or space which inspired it. The pieces on display were chosen from more than 1,000 submissions, and the winning illustration will be announced in May. Tickets allow unlimited entry to the London Transport Museum for a year.

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