Who doesn't love to look back at how London used to be? One treasure trove for rifling through London history is posters and illustrations by artists who used to live in the capital. Our inner nerd gets even more excited when we find out they designed London Underground posters and moquettes for trains and buses.
Both of these diverse artists covered more than just London, but we're called Londonist for a reason, and we've rounded up some of their most London-y art and design contributions.
The London elements are a small part of each artist's portfolio, but if you like what you see here, head down to either exhibition to see the rest of their work.
Edward Bawden is on at Dulwich Picture Gallery until 9 September 2018. Tickets are £16.50 for adults.
Enid Marx was an artist and designer who illustrated books, designed textiles, made ceramics and designed moquettes for both the Underground and buses. She also happened to be a contemporary of Edward Bawden so it's great timing to have both exhibitions on simultaneously. Their contemporary, painter Paul Nash, referred to Marx as a 'designer of real independence and vision'.
Enid Marx: Print, Pattern and Popular Art is on at House of Illustration until 23 September 2018. Tickets are £8.25 for adults.