Summer 2006 - today

RAUBDRUCKERIN

Street art & Fashion

[ger. Raubdruckerin: pirate printer / feminine form]

Raubdruckerin by Emma France uses drain covers as a printing module for textiles. By pressing a garment on a drain cover coated with paint, the surface is beeing transfered as a graphical pattern onto the desired object.

After first experiments in 2006 Raubdruckerin is meanwhile printing in streets all over the world. Currently the collection shows objects from more than 10 cities…to be continued.

Every place tells his story through his faces and surfaces. To capture the beauty of their storys, to bring people together by organizing street performances and to sensitize people´s view for the little and seemingly unimportant things in life are some of the motivations for this project.

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