TfL releases a series of beautifully designed, night-themed Oyster card wallets

The London Underground Night Tube service may not be with us just yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate it, by picking up one of these delightful Oyster card holders designed by artists including Morag Myerscough, Noma Bar, Crispin Finn and Kristjana S Williams…

The series of brightly coloured covers were commissioned by TfL from illustration agency Outline Artists, and are on sale from today at the designjunction exhibition (on until September 27 as part of the London Design Festival) and also at the TfL online shop. All are based on the theme ‘free the night’ and retail at £6.99 each.

Top, from left: covers by Lucy Vigrass, Morag Myerscough, Craig & Karl, and Crispin Finn; Above (clockwise from top left): designs by Mel Elliott, Andrew Rae, Noma Bar, and MinaLima
Top, from left: covers by Lucy Vigrass, Morag Myerscough, Craig & Karl, and Crispin Finn; Above (clockwise from top left): designs by Mel Elliott, Andrew Rae, Noma Bar, and MinaLima
By Morag Myerscough
By Morag Myerscough
By Lucy Vigrass
By Lucy Vigrass
By Andrew Rae
By Andrew Rae

designjunction.com; outlineartists.com

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