“Stand clear of the closing doors” – we heard it a million times in the Soviet-made blue trains running in the tunnel. The metro network is one of the main veins in the transportation of Budapest: the sometimes crowded, other times empty cars full of rust or graffiti played an iconic role and gave a unique character to the tracks. In collaboration with Valami Produktív, Bad Boy Levi pays homage to the old metro cars in Budapest with a limited edition screen print.
You can purchase the Tunnel Runners print on the artist’s website or the online store of Valami Produktív. Only 20 items were made of the print, so you better hurry if you don’t want to miss out on it!
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