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Angel - London Underground map - Men's T-Shirt

Angel - London Underground map

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Men's T-Shirt
Relaxed fit
  • Standard-cut t-shirt for men
  • 100% cotton
  • Brand: B&C
A timeless classic The world’s favourite garment in its purest shape. An essential basic for every day.
  • High quality fashioning with double-stitched seems
  • The manufacturer offers the following colours in 3XL and 4XL: White, black, navy, red and heather grey
  • Straight cut
  • Rugged fabrics 185g/m²
  • Material: 100% cotton (except for heather grey: 85% cotton, 15% rayon)
Size chart
Size hint:
relaxed fit
S
M
L
XL
XXL
3XL
4XL
A (inch)
27.17
28.35
29.13
29.92
30.71
31.89
32.68
B (inch)
19.69
20.87
22.05
23.23
24.41
25.59
27.95

Design Details

Angel - London Underground map
The Animals were discovered by Paul Middlewick in 1988. They're created using the tube lines, stations and junctions of the London Underground map. There are over 30 Animals in the map!
Tags: London, Underground, tube, map, transport, for, London, LU, fish, tropical, public, transportation
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Grid24
Country:
United Kingdom
As famous as the black cabs or red double-decker buses, the London Underground Map is loved for it's bright colours, striking design and unique style. When most people look at the 'tube' map, all they see is a pattern of colourful lines that helps them work out where they're going and how they're going to get there. But did you know that, hidden within the map, there is a world of Animals? The Animals were discovered by Paul Middlewick in 1988. They're created using the tube lines, stations and junctions of the London Underground map. Paul found the original animal, the elephant, while he was staring at the tube map during his daily journey home from work. Since then, Elephant & Castle, as the elephant is called, has been joined by many others from bats to bottlenose whales.
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