Psycho-geographical map offers a new look at the capital

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Psycho-geographical map offers a new look at the capital
A meticulous hand drawn map of the capital has made its way into the Museum of London and the British Library.
The piece took a decade to complete - and whilst it probably won't help you get round the city - artist Gareth Wood insists it offers a unique insight into London's history.
The Get Lost exhibition will be on display at the Palm Tree Gallery from the 6-23 May.

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