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A carefully crafted homage to an authentic Philadelphia trolley roll sign used, this print features the actual stops made along the trolley’s route. Capturing the feel of aged transit signage, and designed in Going Underground’s NYC studio, this print shows off the razor-sharp beauty of early 20th-century design.
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Unframed. Printed on archival quality matte paper.
W 20” H 30”
New York City-based artist Rebecca Friedman founded Going Underground back in 2011, and since then has designed sharp, stark transit rolls inspired by the early 20th century originals. At first working in a traditional black and white, Friedman has expanded the Going Underground palette to include candy colors that present your favorite locales in their best light.