What can we say, we love beautiful transit maps. They're a modern artform, and while some are just traditional maps (and that's fine), others put an interesting twist on things. For example, there's this awesome subway-style map of U.S. National Parks, or Peter Dunn's beautiful time-scaled transit maps for Boston and Washington DC.
Well, today, we have a different kind of twist on the transit map. Designer Yuri Suzuki created a transit map of the London underground that is also a working circuit board for a radio. It was developed
as part of the designers in residence program at the London Design Museum, on show until january 13th, 2013.