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26 January 2013 | By: M@

Londonist Underground: Tube Animals

Londonist Underground: Tube Animals

Continuing our series of original art and photography inspired by subterranean London.

Luke Tribe doodled this charming cartoon image on his iPad. But why won't the sprightly rabbit and chick give up their seats for the world-weary elephant?

We’ve now reached the closing date for our competition, and the winning entries — which will go on show in the Bishopsgate Institute — will be announced next week. However, we’ll keep the series running online, as we’ve received many excellent images yet to be published. Please feel free to send any further subterranean drawings, paintings or photos to matt@londonist.com. They don’t have to be Tube-related…rivers, caverns, bunkers…anything underground in London.

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very Creative animal Picture in London Underground



Surely the sprightly chick and rabbit must be on the far side of the carriage, since they are facing this way, suggesting the seats on this, the near side, are actually empty.