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(Last Updated On: 02/09/2022)

Underground Art in subway stations seems to be the new museum of the people. They are becoming the new must-see destinations for art and design enthusiasts. Who would have thought? Some of the most inspiring public spaces, incorporating large-scale art and design can be found in many cities’ metro stations. Moreover, Underground Art is bringing more than a splash of color to the subway.

Subway Stations are seeing an increase in ridership and tourism. Therefore, as a result, they are seeing an increase in a sense of community.

Art in transportation can also lead to a decrease in many other ways, such as: Greenhouse gas emissions, vandalism, and commuter boredom! The benefits seem to be endless! This is why we’re excited to share our best picks of Underground Art – Fascinating subway stations.


Quality Transportation = Quality of Lives

According to a study made by France’s Urban Development Institute. Parisians spent on average 23 days a year on transport. And this is not an exception. People all over the world use public transportation to commute to work.

Did you know:  that studies have shown that the quality of transportation directly affects the quality of the lives of transit users? The experience of travel by transit should be an attraction in itself. “Public art can draw out the identity of a space, aid the understanding of the historical or cultural significance of a neighborhood and its residents.”

Underground Art projects can be found all over the world. From sculptures, mosaics, and paintings. To bigger ventures like installations, engravings, and reliefs. Here are some of our picks.


subway hallway


Underground Art – Fascinating subway stations: Stockholm, Sweden

It won’t be a surprise to some of you that Sweden was the first on our list to explore Underground Art. If you look beneath the Swedish capital, you will find an intricate web of underground train lines.

There are more than 90 of the 100 stations in the 110km tunnel system. They are sometimes referred to as “the world’s longest art gallery”. They have been decorated with paintings, installations, mosaics, and sculptures by 150 artists since the 1950s.


underground art in sweden


Here are some images of the amazing Underground Art


Underground Art - Fascinating subway stations

mesmerizing subway station

bellow ground interior design


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