Designers asked to create new London skyline

Transport for London and the London Festival of Architecture are challenging designers to create a contemporary view of the capital’s skyline to be used on merchandise.

The winning design will be used on products for this year’s LFA, which runs from 19 June to 4 July, and the winning designer will receive £1000.

The competition organisers say they are seeking ‘a cutting-edge image that appeals to Londoners and visitors alike and highlights the famous architectural views’.

The entries will be selected by a panel of judges including Michael Walton, head of trading at the London Transport Museum, and Design Week editor Lynda Relph-Knight.

The competition is open to entrants over 18, and the winning designer must assign copyright to TfL. All designs should be e-mailed to before 9am on 24 May.

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