The Serco Prize for Illustration has returned in 2012, a little later in the year than usual. It combines an exhibition at the London Transport Museum with a series of three prizes, the top of which includes being printed as a poster and being displayed at around 500 Underground stations around London. Some of the works are also being sold as prints, mugs, babygrows through the London Transport Museum shop, with the artists getting a cut of the proceeds.

The competition and exhibition is being held with the Association of Illustrators. The exhibition runs until December 10.

The Gold Prize went to Finn Clark for Temple Bar (above), with the Silver going to Christopher King for Pigeon Disco (below) and the Bronze to Guy Roberts for W4 (bottom).

Below are our pick of the rest of the works on show.

Blackheath Cavern Club by Julien Decaudin
Found on the Underground by Harry Haysom
Love Live Discover by Lizzie Mary Cullen
The Secret London by Begona Fernandez-Martin
The Secret To London Is Loving It by Rob Reed
Victor's Secret by Nick Roberts
Waiting for the Future by Benfor
Wild London by Pippa Curnick