Fancy meddling with time and space? We recently asked you to merge the past, present and future of our city in imaginative ways. It could be a drawing, painting, manipulated photograph, or even a map.
Our first entry is from Matt Bannister. He imagines Boudica — scourge of the Roman city of Londinium — stuck at the traffic lights of Westminster Bridge, where in real life she presides in statue form. The Iceni queen appears to raise her arms in exasperation, as dozens of tourists cross in front of her. Those thigh-high wheel spikes might come in handy if her patience is tested too much.
Matt also provided one of the best entries for our Londonist Underground competition, which can still be seen in our exhibition at the Bishopsgate Institute.
We’re welcoming further entries to the Time Travel London competition for the foreseeable future. Perhaps you’ll depict Shakespeare pedalling a Boris Bike through Southwark, or Christopher Wren sketching out plans for the Shard. Thinking caps on! Send images to firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for entry. We hope to show the most imaginative entries at a future exhibition.