Friday Photos: London In Tiles

Kyra Hanson
By Kyra Hanson Last edited 10 months ago
Friday Photos: London In Tiles
Euston underground. Photo: Sean Batten (2012)

It's time to celebrate the colourful, dynamic tiles that decorate our underground stations and unique buildings — lighting up our every day journeys around the capital. London would be a drabber place without unique designs from the like of Jacqueline Poncelet and Eduardo Paolozzi.

Thanks to the following photographers for use of their photos via the Londonist Flickr pool: Sean Batten, HartwellPhotography and again, Doug and again, Norman Craig, John Keogh, Darrell Godliman, Che-burashka

Stand behind the yellow line. Photo: Sean Batten (2013)
Stand behind the yellow line. Photo: Sean Batten (2013)
Leaves at Green Park Station. Photo: Doug (2014)
Leaves at Green Park Station. Photo: Doug (2014)
Ravensbourne College by Foreign Office Architects. Photo: Darrell Godliman (2014)
Ravensbourne College by Foreign Office Architects. Photo: Darrell Godliman (2014)
Paolozzi Mosaic at Tottenham Court Road Station. Photo: John Keogh (2005)
Paolozzi Mosaic at Tottenham Court Road Station. Photo: John Keogh (2005)
Empty North Greenwich station. Photo: Doug (2013)
Empty North Greenwich station. Photo: Doug (2013)
Snake tiles Euston underground. Photo: Sean Batten (2012)
Snake-like tiles at Euston underground. Photo: Sean Batten (2012)
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Embankment. Photo: Che-burashka (2009)
Edgware Road Station. Photo: Ruth Hargreaves
Edgware Road station. Photo: Ruth Hargreaves
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Even an M4 underpass looks good. Photo: HartwellPhotography (2015)

Last Updated 12 January 2017