London Tube is one of the most depressing yet disturbing public spaces I’ve ever been taking into consideration it’s not meant that way. At least I assume it’s not meant that way though the facts are opposite so far.
Set #1, the left top is the Portrait of Isabel Rawsthorne by Francis Bacon, which has been on exhibit at Tate Britain at the time of visit, the rest is some social advertisement.
Set #2, the bottom left is The Emperor Rudolph II as Vertumnus by Arcimboldo, exhibited at permanent collection at National Gallery, the rest is some social advertisement.
Set #3, overly welcoming signs in London Underground. They seem to be everywhere and locals don’t notice it any longer. The prevailing topic is Danger. The second popular theme is Death.