You’ll Be Surprised To Find Out What These Berlin Artists Use To Create T-Shirt And Bags Designs


Berlin team of artists called Raubdruckerin, which means “Pirate Printer,” doesn’t lack creativity. They use manhole covers, grids, vents and other public utilities to make designs on t-shirts and bags. They have an online shop where you can buy their creations.


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