TfL 'the lost collection' by KK Outlet

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TFL opened their Lost & Found archive to KK Outlet who have curated a unique exhibition of art left on the tubes, buses and trains of London.

This forgotten collection features creations from nameless artists; the work ranges from whole portfolios to carefully crafted drawings, paintings and photographs.

The anonymous nature of the work invites a creative interpretation from the viewer of the content and inspiration behind the work.

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Released: 08 June 2011

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Credits

Clients
Saskia Boersma, Brand Manager, Intellectual Property

Development Department

Paul Cowan, Contact Centre Manager, Lost Property Office

Creative Agency
KK Outlet

Copywriter
KK Outlet

Art Director
KK Outlet

Planner
KK Outlet

Media Agency
TfL

Photographer
Ed Aves

Exposure
6 sheet and DR posters for 4 week period across the Underground network

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