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Map of London, hand-drawn by FULLER

Fuller's contemporary depiction of the city, drawn over a 10 year period, has been acquired by The British Library and Museum of London.

 
London Town is a homage to our youth.
A love letter to the city.
— Fuller

LONDON TOWN

2005-2015
91 x 116 cm
Black archival pigment ink
on cotton museum board

Notable collections: 
The British Library
Museum of London

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The map is one of the most personal pieces of cartography I’ve ever seen and goes to show just how essential maps are in drawing a bond between who we are and the places we inhabit
— Tom Harper, Curator of Antiquarian Mapping, British Library
Charting the changing structures of London between 2005-2015, ‘London Town’ is a densely packed contemporary map of London which will provide Museum of London visitors with an intriguing, unique, glimpse into the capital’s key landmarks and points of interest.
— Pat Hardy, Curator of paintings, prints and drawings, Museum of London

VIDEO

In this video Big Ben chimes ten times, symbolising the ten year period in which LONDON TOWN was drawn. 2005-2015.
It was filmed whilst cycling through locations and references content that feature on the artist's map. Fuller composed a unique city soundtrack to accompany the visual journey.

Filmed by Fuller