Watercolourline Art on the Underground
Painting, London London United Kingdom
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Brief Summary
An Artistic Representation Of The London Underground Tube Map.

#Watercolourline is an art experiment that turns the train motion into stunning paintings using the London Underground Color Pallet scheme.

Simply setting foot on the train is enough to realise that the strength of the movement, which shakes people and move things from side to side could be converted into something nice, like art.

That was the insight from which #Watercolourline emerged. Driven by the train's motion, the paint randomly got spread across a white canvas surface forming beautiful artistic patterns.

The experiment covered Zones 1, 2 and 3 of the London Underground network, and featured famous stations such as Oxford Circus and Baker Street St. among many others.

#Watercolourline is a counterpoint to the straight lines of the official London Tube Map – It's the movement itself revealed.

Find out more at http://watercolourline.com

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