Have you ever thought about using public street fixtures as printing elements? The creative artist collective behind Berlin-based Raubdruckerin creates shirts and bags imprinted with manhole covers, vents, and utility grates. The pirate printer disregarded geometric patterns and typographic forms of urban signage make astonishingly attractive graphics for shirts.


He has collective applies ink directly to the streets and then prints on-site in famous locations like Lisbon, Amsterdam, and Paris and then sell their creations through an online shop. It would be incredible to see somewhat like this come out of Japan. If you’re a printing lover, then this idea must keep you motivate to try it. From several decades, printings on shirts are doing with multiple screens.
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Source: This is Colossal

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