We love it when Londoners get creative, especially when it features the Tube. Once again, you’ve done us proud. As part of Bishopsgate Institute’s programme of subterranean-themed events, our friends over at Londonist have put together an exhibition dedicated to the weird and wonderful life of the underground (both real and fictitious) consisting of ten pieces of art created by their readers. From fish people to collective isolation, the show features a range of witty interpretations of London life with a couple of visual puns that are right up our street. The exhibition is free and can be seen during Bishopgate Institute’s opening hours. Carly-Ann Clements
For more info, see londonist.com.