London’s new skyline

Richard Coward from Greenwich has won Transport For London’s competition to design a new skyline for London. A range of TfL merchandise bearing his design has now gone on sale

Richard Coward from Greenwich has won Transport For London’s competition to design a new skyline for London. A range of TfL merchandise bearing his design has now gone on sale

Coward was also given £1000 for winning first prize in the competition that sought “a 21st Century view of London’s famous skyline”.

His pattern (above) includes modern landmarks such as the MIllennium Dome (02 Centre), the Gherkin and the GLA building alongside the familiar tourist spots.

Here it is applied to a mug

and mouse mat

The two runners-up Kate McLelland

and Nick Brown

will also see their designs available on a selection of merchandise which can be bought here

 

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