Young people from North Paddington have created a piece of art to be seen by thousands of commuters every day.
A team of six young people, based at learning disabilities charity Pursuing Independent Paths (PIP), in Shirland Mews, made a photographic collage of 19 posters which will appear at Charing Cross tube station from next Monday.
The 'Mystery Train' project was initiated by artist Jessica Voorsanger and a team at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), based in The Mall, Westminster.
The students, aged between 18 and 25, took photographs of themselves and London Underground workers, and chopped up the pictures into three sections of heads, bodies and legs, before putting them together to create a whole new 'person'.
The project is aimed at helping the young people travel more independently.
Head of service at PIP, Dan Kisumbi said: "Using the tube can be quite daunting. Some of the young people have a lack of confidence in using the tube themselves, as they would normally be supported by their parents or a friend.Some have problems with reading and writing, so find it hard to know where to get off. This project has been a great boost for them, as now they're able to contact someone for help and have the confidence to explain what the problem is."
PIP hopes the project will encourage people with learning difficulties to ask passengers and staff for help.
The young people have also penned a song about their experiences on the underground, sung to the tune of 'Yellow Submarine', but entitled 'We all use the London Underground'.
Posters, featuring images from the project, will also be on sale at the ICA from December 8, for £10.95.