Pendurance was a challenge set by us at Think-Work-Play for artist and emotional cartographer Lizzie Mary Cullen. We’ve known Lizzie for a while and followed her as she drew on the walls at Harvey Nichols and when she exhibited at Clerkenwell Design Week. Her style of work is flowing and emotive, so we wondered just how long she could keep up the rhythm for. We settled on a 24hr endurance draw-a-thon, with a target of visiting 50 places in London.
So we asked our twitter audience to direct us and we sent Lizzie off pinging around London incorporating all the requests into her mammoth map. making both a record of the place, but also the diverse interests of the twitter community
We, of course, followed Lizzie as she drew, wrote tweeted, stuffed her face, spoke to the bbc and ultimately created a wonderful sprawling, user driven work of art. So watch the film above to see how the 24 hrs went, explore the map below for places you recognise and lets us know what you think or where we missed (just incase she ever finds the energy to do it again).
Use the map api below and click the pins for more information, or click Here to see the full map.
Thanks to the BBC for speaking with us, The London Transport Museum, Barclays Cycle hire and most of all Lizzie, for making this happen. Watch this space for news of whats happening next with Lizzie and with her map.