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Kraftwerk - Concert poster, Budapest 1981

Excellent minimalist tri-color composition promoting the 1981 Budapest concert of the German electronic music / techno pioneers.
This Hungarian poster is the only advertisement ever printed for a Kraftwerk show with a completely unique artwork, and what is absolutely not following the band's officially established designs, neither the style of any of their record covers. The double concert held in Kisstadion on 14th and 15th of August, 1981. An infamous bootleg audio recording of this concert is still circulating around the web, and it is relatively easy to find.

  • Poster title - Kraftwerk - Budapest 1981
  • Designer - Mayer Gyula
  • Dimensions- 27" x 20"
  • Condition -
    Near mint. Folded, no tape marks, no pin holes, no wrinkles, sharp edges.

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