While looking for something else in Google image search I stumbled upon these rather nice illustrations of tube stations.

They’re by Rebecca Pymar, a painter and illustrator based in Norwich, who says her style is “stripped back, stylised and precise”, and is hugely influenced by the Art Deco era.

The art deco influence being noticeable in which tube stations she has chosen to illustrate.

Arnos Grove (c) Rebecca Pymar

Park Royal (c) Rebecca Pymar

Sudbury Town (c) Rebecca Pymar

These, and several more are available to buy on her Etsy page, as prints or postcards.


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One comment
  1. Thank you so much for sharing my work on your blog, it is hugely appreciated!

    I am currently working on my next illustration which will be Redbridge Tube Station 🙂

    I really enjoy working on these Art Deco Stations and I am glad to hear they are enjoyed by others like yourselves 🙂

    Take Care

    Rebecca Pymar

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