Artists create clothing range from everyday city surfaces

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An art collective from Berlin called Raubdruckerin (which translates to 'pirate printer') have been travelling around Europe adding ink to manhole covers, tiles and grates to create on-the-spot printing presses. They then transfer the patterns to T-shirts and bags to sell online. Apart from creating the design itself, the philosophy behind Raubdruckerin is to make people take a closer look at the beauty in the city they are living in or visiting. A crowd always gathers when they're producing the designs, and Raubdruckerin even host screen printing workshops, where you can try out the process for yourself. The group are…

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