Step aside Stephen Walter, over 270 UCL students (and staff) have created their own interactive hand drawn map of London. Organised by two students Alistair Leak and Ian Morton from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, the map has brought out some great insights into what people think of their city. Sometimes inaccurate, frequently crude but always personal, the map could serve as an abstract and slightly whacky guide to modern day London. Highlights include Battersea Dogs Home:
…the Queen Victoria Pub:
…and the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs:
Alistair and Ian were keen that all contributors get a mention by making sure they signed around the edges. You can see some of them in action below.