Adam Dant: The budge row biblioteque

Adam Dant: The budge row biblioteque
January 30, 2015 Calverts_123

Budge Row

Artist Adam Dant's highly detailed drawing, The Budge Row Bibliotheque, captures two millennia of everyday life around Budge Row, one of London's lost streets currently replaced by the City's largest building site. 
 

We worked with Adam to reproduce 500 copies of his original map as a broadsheet. The original map appears alongside a replica of a cabbies’ shelter as the centrepiece of his new exhibition at the Bloomberg Space in Finsbury Sq.

Click on the image above to zoom in on a large version of the map.

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