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

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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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