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Aren't your T-shirts too dull? All my StarWars tees have a lot of colours and shades...
We think different, and give preference to quality over amount of colours. Those princess Leia in bikini T-shirts are printed with a technique called transfer, which more or less is like putting your T-shirt inside a printer.
We use screen printing, a technique that limits us to 6 colours per T-shirt (besides the T-shirt base color), but in return print quality is better, and your T-shirts will survive washmachines, pets and some small tsunami. Furthermore, we individually iron each T-shirt after printing, so that the design finish is smooth, firm and able to stand more tempests.
And what the hell, good things in this life have less than 6 colours: black chocolate (#000), a terminal (#000 and #fff, or #000 and #0f0 if you are that kind of geek), ...
So much OpenSource and stuff but neither your tees are free of charge nor I can see the source code!
Well, first, our T-shirts are "free as in speech but not as in beer", I mean, you can wear them orwards, backwards and sideways, and we'll not sue you for sharing them with your friends.
About source code, we tried to upload T-shirts but FTP won't let us, so at least here you have some screenshots of a T-shirt compilation.
Our workers design, print and iron the T-shirts, with all their love and dedication.
Mus rolls on the floor either clockwise or counterclockwise in order to express his conformity or disconformity about the quality of the product.
Our intern geek takes care of tamming the needed technology to make the T-shirt get to you.
If you notice something fails, it's because it is not easy at all to concentrate with those curtains.
Why does the English translation of this site stink so much?
Because in Spain we understand English in a lazy way. Please, drop us a line if you spot any translation error, or just something that happens not to make sense in English :)