This is a sponsored article on behalf of Tube Lines.
In love with the tube? Adore groovy, avant garde art? Then your next stop should be the Tube Lines collection by renowned artist and designer Adam Nathaniel Furman.
Furman — whose work has been exhibited in London, Paris, New York, Milan and Tel Aviv to name a few — has taken the much-loved visuals of the tube and its famous moquette, and turned it on its head, creating his own fun, funky take with this quirky collection of merch.
Playfully deconstructing, twisting and skewing the tube's iconography, Furman's collection includes patterns like "Bakerloo Boogie Woogie", "DLR Daydream", "Mighty Metropolitan" and "Innovative Elizabeth Line". It's like taking the tube to a parallel dimension, where everything's funky!
You can buy: Mugs for your pre-commute coffee. Tote bags that'll turn heads on the Bakerloo line. Snuggly cushions for when you're settling down to catch up on London Underground documentaries. Rucksacks in which you can stash your Tube Lines water bottle, t shirt and sun hat 😉
Furman's work can be found in the collections of the Design Museum, Sir John Soane's Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art and the National Gallery of Victoria.
And now it could be in YOUR collection, too!
Whether you're a London geek, an art savant — or you just really love the pretty patterns — snap up some of this merch pronto!
(And psssst! All this gear makes for an original gift for someone special, too.)
Browse the Tube Lines collection by Adam Nathaniel Furman.