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I’m a huge map geek so I go crazy over stuff like this.  Lovely Jojo has created this beautiful hand drawn map of the City of Westminster. It’s available for sale on her website and a portion of the proceeds to go charity.

About the map:

A hand-drawn London map print of the City of Westminster (and a bit of Lambeth and some of Kensington & Chelsea). Featuring lettuce-loving swans, THAT zebra crossing, expensive lumps of wax and a distinct lack of mackerel.

Here are some close-up shots of the map:

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Jonathan is a consummate Anglophile who launched Anglotopia.net in 2007 to channel his passion for Britain. Londontopia is its sister publication dedicated to everything London.

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  1. Artist Stephen Walter has been doing these maps for many years and has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the country. If you want to see the original works, and not an inferior copy. Look him up http://www.stephenwalter.co.uk. How troubling it is to see such blatant plagarism.

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