Raubdruckerin Creates Unique T-Shirts from Manhole Covers

Four German artists use manhole covers as a printing module to create unique graphic prints on clothing, bags and paper. They find manhole covers or similar objects and apply water-based, eco-friendly ink onto them, and then they stamp these designs onto shirts and tote bags.

What a cool idea to use street fixtures as printing elements. Look at these patterns. Don’t they look like they were designed exactly for that purpose?

The group started in Berlin and has extended to other cities including Amsterdam, Paris and Lisbon. You can find out more by visiting their website: www.raubdruckerin.de