These little mazes – of which there are a total of 270 – formed artist Mark Wallinger’s Labyrinth project, which marked the Art on the Underground’s celebration of the London Underground’s 150th birthday.
If you’re based in or have visited London, it’s likely you’ve spotted one of the black and white pieces – but if you haven’t, a new book designed by Rose gives you the chance to view each and everyone of of them.
To do so in person would take more than 16 hours, according to Art on the Underground.
The book, entitled Labyrinth: A Journey Through London¹s Underground, shows photographs of each labyrinth in situ by Belgian photographer Thierry Bal, alongside facts about the station that houses them and the area around it.
There are also essays responding to the sites and artworks by writers including Will Self, Marina Warner and Christian Wolmar.
Labyrinth: A Journey Through London¹s Underground by Mark Wallinger, edited by Louise Coysh, is published by Art / Books in association with Art on the Underground priced £24.99