Each line on the London Underground has its own identity, a conscious design decision to help travellers navigate the Tube network. Best known are the moquette fabric designs that upholster the seats. In use since the 1920s, moquette, the hard-wearing wool/nylon jacquard weave, became a design icon in the 1930s when London Transport was created and leading artists of the day including Enid Marx, Marion Dorn and Paul Nash were commissioned to produce exclusive designs. In the 1990s, London Underground began experimenting, giving each line its own visual identity with patterns that featured the line colour. The newest design from 2010, known as ‘Landmark’ was designed by Wallace Sewell and features famous London sights including the London Eye, the dome of St Paul’s and Big Ben. In this story, colourist Tegan Robinson personifies the commuter journey through these design landscapes.