Individual posters from Poems on the Underground (102) – set of five posters
A new set of five poems goes live on London tubes on 1 July 2019 for four weeks. The poems all explore the relationship between human beings and the natural world. Some deal specifically with the urgent issue of climate change. Others reflect more generally on the ways in which human beings take solace and meaning from their living world of earth, sea and sky.
Still Life with Sea Pinks and High Tide by Maura Dooley
The Meaning of Existence by the late Australian poet Les Murray
I Am the Song by Charles Causley
The shaft by Helen Dunmore
‘My life closed twice before its close’ by Emily Dickinson
Choose an individual poster from the Poems on the Underground (102) set. Each poster measures 28cm by 61cm.
The posters are designed by Tom Davidson.
We charge £3.50 in total for an individual poster, for postage and packaging only. Posters are delivered rolled in a poster tube. International shipping incurs a higher cost.
Poems on the Underground is supported by Transport for London, The British Council and Arts Council England. Poems are selected by the writer Judith Chernaik and poets Imtiaz Dharker and George Szirtes.