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This Super Mario London Underground map is outstanding

It's one of the most iconic pieces of design of all time. It's instantly recognisable. It's a symbol of London, one of the greatest cities on Earth.

But this is better.

Graphic designer Robert Bacon has created this truly wonderful Super Mario version of the London Underground tube map, fully pixelated and featuring some super(b) Marioised icons and landmarks.

Take a look at it in all its magnificence below. You can purchase posters by visiting his website here - a standard (24" x 18") is $25, while a large (36" x 24") is $40. To be fair, that's about the same as a travelcard these days, so get buying...

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