Drake's have commissioned Adam Dant, a London-based artist, renowned for his satirical, sharp-witted graphic style.
Dant is a long-time friend and collaborator of Drake's, so they asked him to join them on a tour around London town, to plot their favourite haunts and hang-outs.
Dant's colourful whirl around the capital is by turns surreal, irreverent and urbane. Folding down to a handy size, the map will no doubt live in the jacket pockets of stylish travellers and London locals alike.
Pop by our Clifford Street shop and pick yours up, free of charge.
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