Simple Colorfoul Lines for Wall Decorations in Modern Interiors

By: Magdalena Zieba - Published: • References: pixersize
Subway in United States, underground in Great Britain and London’s Tube - most of the big cities wouldn’t exist without metropolitan railways. The most famous subway diagram is the Tube Map, which was first published in 1908. However, the most recent map follows more less the idea of the first diagrammatic map of London’s rapid transit network, designed by Harry Beck in 1931 and then improved in 1964 by Paul Garbutt.

Colours of the lines, each one representing single line of the tube, are taken from the Transport for London’s colour standards guide, which defines the precise colours from the Pantone palette. They are visually attractive to the point that the square design of simple colourful lines appear in diverse decorative products and gadgets. One of them is wall mural from PIXERS, perfect for decoration of every modern interior.