The Jam 'Going Underground' Map of London Art on Glass
The Jam 'Going Underground' as Art on Glass
The street names have been changed to The Jam's most famous songs
This Going Underground Map printed on glass is part of Youngerman's 'Musical Routes' print series, where we tip our hat to the most influential bands and the streets they made music in.
The Jam paid homage to their Soho stomping ground in many songs, such as Carnaby Street and Bomb in Wardour St, and played live in Newport St in 1976 to a packed crowd, which included a young Joe Strummer from The Clash.
PAUL WELLER, BRUCE FOXTON and RICK BUCKLER own the first three prints on high quality paper.
Available with a choice of footer or none at all
Any size is available in the ratio of the original - with some leeway if you have a desired size in mind
Please describe the art piece you would like and we can construct a mock up first to your liking
Printed on the reverse of tempered glass which will be shipped to you by courier and will require someone to sign for
This piece is also available as a Limited Edition print here
Frames are not supplied
Thank you and any questions or if you'd like one please contact us for details
Reproduced by permission of Geographers' A-Z Map Co. Ltd. ©Crown copyright and database rights 2016 Ordnance Survey 100017302.
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