A student created the large piece of art in the style of the London Underground tube map
A billboard-sized piece of artwork created by a student at a Farnborough college has been unveiled.
The map-like artwork, which measures 5.5m by 2.5m, was specially chosen to be developed as part of a design project.
It adorns one of the main corridors outside the media and creative arts administration office with references to different departments and areas of the college.
Matthew Wallace, who did an extended diploma in graphic design at Farnborough College of Technology, created the artwork in the style of the London Underground tube map.
The Aldershot resident went on to achieve three distinction stars, the best possible grades, and secured a place at Bournemouth University on a BA (Hons) graphic design course.
Matthew created the artwork as part of a ‘Stretch and Challenge’ project, where students had to design a graphical representation of the media and creative arts community,
Christine Slaymaker, college principal, said: “The design is bright, colourful and striking.
“It is wonderful how it shows the creative arts disciplines that we deliver as part of our creative courses.”
Head of media and creative arts at the college, Lawrence Magee, said the piece was particularly appropriate as it is the 150th anniversary of the London Underground this year.