London Street Trees type map

This typographic map shows the street trees in greater London. As Google didn't give lot of information about the main tree species in all 32 (+city) boroughs I had to dig a little deeper and luckily found an incredible 700 000 list of street trees in London Tree Map website. None of my own tools [...]

The Greenground Map on National Park City website

Last week saw London becoming National Park City with various events taking place around London, including opening ceremony in London City Hall as well as the launch of National Park City 'Maker', 64 pages paper the guys at National Park City have worked very hard for last months. The Greenground map gets a mention on [...]

Visit National Parks posters

These three new vintage style posters are inspired by travel advertisements that were used to promote travelling to British countryside in early 20th century, when the train travel for many was nearly the only option to have access to great outdoors. Although the times have changed and travellers may prefer to explore the countryside on [...]

London nature walking week – in photos

Location: London National Park City*  (London becomes NPC in July 2019) Travel Dates: 18.06 - 25.06 Walking distance: ~120 km/75 miles Looking back to this week in London I covered around 120 km of streets and paths (140 km according to my walking app and 100 km according Google maps). Overall I visited approximately 36 parks and [...]

Expanded London Greenground Map

Unofficial London Greenground Map is expanded Park Connection Map covering more green and blue ground across Greater London. The focus of the experimental map is to connect parks and open spaces into one walkable and cyclable network. This is an independent creative project that started from an idea to propose an accessible map that would [...]

Park Connection Map second version

As the first Park Connection Map received lot of positive feedback and many wonderful suggestions to include more parks, I designed the second map with 80 additional open spaces and three new lines. I would have liked to fit in even more suggestions, but as you can see below, the map is getting quite busy! [...]

Park connection map in Londonist

Lovely M@ [read: Matt] from Londonist shared the park connection map alongside with great suggestions to his readers for the long weekend. His article The Greenground: A Tube Map Of Parks And How To Get Between Them highlights the map with a challenge to a reader 'Imagine a 'tube map' showing the parks of London, [...]