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Pirate Printers: These Guys Use Urban Utility Covers To Print Bags And Shirts

Raubdruckerin, an artist from Berlin famously known for Pirate Printer, made use of publicly found street fixtures to imprinted manhole covers, vents and utility gates onto shirts and bags. You can see how he has achieved this by imprinting the naturally found typographic and geometric patterns for some catchy shirt graphics. He applies the ink on the texture he finds directly in various locations across Amsterdam, Lisbon, and Paris and then, this helps in creating the tee. Ultimately, it goes on sale in his online shop and you can have a look at it as well.

Scroll down to see more about the tees he has made using this technique.

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More info: Raubdruckerin

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