Artist Camilla Barnard Builds a Wooden and Hand-Painted Replica of a Subway Station

As part of this year’s designjunction exhibition at the London Design Festival, artist Camilla Barnard has created a wooden life-size replica of a London subway station inside the former campus of art school Central St Martins. The installation is made entirely from hand painted pieces of wood and features a ticket hall with barriers, a map, ticket machines, a Metro newspaper stand with wooden newspapers and of course, a train. Barnard told Dezeen, "I want to try to replicate as many things as I can, so a Tube station is quite a big iconic one to tick off the list."

Find out more about Camilla Barnard's work here.

via [Creative Review]  via [Dezeen]