With its beret-like sloping green roof and modernist glass frontage, Hounslow East has always been one of London's most distinctive tube stations.
Now pupils from The Heathland School, in Hounslow, have taken inspiration from the station's unique design to help turn it into a work of art.
Their efforts, produced in collaboration with the artist Anne Harild, have gone on display inside the building as part of new London-wide art project.
Students from the secondary school, in Wellington Road South, took photos and created drawings and rubbings of the stations during a visit with the artist.
She took their creations and used them to produce five new artworks, united by the theme of 'signs and symbols', which have been posted on the walls of the station.
Pupils from The Heathland School were among more than 300 youngsters from 12 schools around London who helped produce original pieces to go on display at stations across the tube network.
All the designs were loosely inspired by Mark Wallinger's black-and-white maze-like series of Labyrinth drawings, produced to celebrate the 150th anniversary of London's underground system.
As well as going on display at tube stations, Art on the Underground’s Labyrinth Schools Exhibition, entitled Tracing the Line, is available to view online at art.tfl.gov.uk/labyrinth/tracing-the-line