One of the things I love about London is there there is always something new to spot wherever we go, art and creations are always popping up and then disappearing. For example the living wall at the National Gallery which used over 8000 plants to recreate Van Gogh’s ‘A Wheatfield, with Cypresses’.
Then if you cut through to Leicester Square you spot this giant line drawing of Piccadilly Circus which is just there to conceal building works.
Love this drawing in the Transport Museum kids play area:
And then there’s these brilliant depictions of East London life, that you will see at many of the train stations along the East London line.