The Processing Foundation provides the glitch art, Print All Over Me provides the final printed design—all in the name of community

Print All Over Me, a digital community that’s in the business of creating clothing and objects, and the Processing Foundation, a nonprofit program dedicated to offering software literacy to artists and visual literacy to techies, have teamed up. The partnership consists of algorithmic designs that are picked by costumers dynamically in a way that promotes both organizations.

Thirty percent of all proceeds will go to the Processing Foundation in order to support their two-fold mission.

The collection’s designs are consistently moving, as its expected from processing. As the display moves, consumers can choose the exact moment they’d like to have the design printed out on a T-shirt, bag or scarf of their choice.

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