I’m loving the new ‘Poetiquette’ campaign by TFL. Living in London gets very crowded and although most people are really courteous (Canary Wharf in rush hour exemplifies the oh-so-British art of queueing), you occasionally see people acting a little self important, which just makes everyone tense. Transport for London have teamed up with McBess and London’s poets in a campaign coinciding with National Poetry Day, that aims to celebrate London’s poetry scene and raise awareness of how people can help make journeys on the tube better for everyone. This includes illustrated posters by McBess, and surprise spoken word performances around various tube stations. That’s great to hear, as I love spoken word poetry!
Image source: Travel Better London website