An owl flutters over Finsbury Park, as a deer frolics in the verdant forests of zone 2. Nothing to do with London's new designation as a National City Park — but a reference to this:
This pastoral Piccadilly line intervention was spotted by Zoë Paramour, who reckons TfL should roll out this 'kid's version' of the tube map on every single train.
The stickers — which include Day-Glo owls, a hedgehog hovering over Covent Garden and assorted flora — certainly lend the map a childlike quality. But then, as some on social media have pointed out, what kind of a child was able to do this?
That was a tall child.... or a grown-up who is my new role model...— miss smith (@misssmithtweets) February 20, 2018
Ah well. Innocent child, delinquent adult — whoever you are, you've made someone's day.*
*Defacing TfL property is illegal, and may face a fine or even imprisonment.