Taking Screen Printing to the Streets
An artists’ collective in Berlin has found a way to put the “street” in streetwear graphics.
In a highly entertaining consumer-facing story on Mental Floss about the lifecycle of T-shirt, there is a video showing the work of Raubdruckerin, a Berlin-based artists’ collective. The group is screen printing T-shirts and totes using objects found in typical urban communities: think manhole covers and storm grates.
The results are impressive: