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Screen printed t-shirts and posters created from the text of classic books.
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Danny Fein

2,714 backers pledged $100,928 to help bring this project to life.

111 New T-shirts, 117 New Tote Bags, New Lower Prices: The New Litographs.com

Hi everyone,

Today we've expanded our collection of t-shirts from 6 to 117, and added full-color options to the mix.  We've also introduced our new line of tote bags, and dropped our color poster prices by 25%.

The Litographs.com you see today is what I was dreaming of when I launched this Kickstarter campaign last November.  It's no exaggeration to say that this would have been impossible without your help.  

So thank you again, and enjoy browsing the new store!

- Danny

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    1. Creator Ryan Brodrecht on August 16, 2013

      This is absolutely 100% fantastic... i cant wait for my birthday...

    2. Creator Abilash Pulicken on August 15, 2013

      I'm impressed. Color me interested. :)

    3. Creator Zachary Comeaux on August 14, 2013

      Wow, I was expecting to wait a good while before being able to order one of the other shirts. Getting this many options at once is awesome!

    4. Creator Griffin Patterson on August 14, 2013

      Holy balls, just a small hike in number of shirts..... I'd love to see how the sublimation looks in person! I have a few sublimated tops and they are amazing. The GF wants to see a Hobbit t shirt and I would love to see a lovecraftian shirt.

      Also I'd love to send my love to your thirst designer, the layout of the shirts is so atypical which makes me love the artistic nature of them even more.

    5. Creator Amanda Nunes Lemos on August 14, 2013

      Omg, Danny!!

      That is so cool :D I'm really happy for you!! I will definitely check it out and bought another one!!

      Congratulations :)

    6. Creator Austin Boeddeker on August 14, 2013

      still think a call of Cthulhu print or shirt would be cool, also the shirts cost more :(

      oh well, i guess you offer color now so that's to be expected....

    7. Creator Danny Fein on August 14, 2013

      Thanks, Abilash - appreciate the feedback.

      We're using a totally new process for printing these t-shirts (dye sublimation rather than screen printing). Check out the new photos - I think you'll be very pleased with the quality improvements. We've learned a lot since December!

      Danny

    8. Creator Abilash Pulicken on August 14, 2013

      I've got a few concerns about quality myself. The print last time around was extremely uneven - parts of the shirt were faded, while other parts were much darker.

      I still love the idea of these shirts, but I'm going to be hesitant to purchase anything else until I know that steps have been taken to improve the product.

    9. Creator Danny Fein on August 14, 2013

      Hey Zach,

      Sorry to hear you weren't pleased with our customer service - the best we can do if you're unhappy with your product is offer you a full refund, which we were happy to do.

      In any case, we now have high-resolution photos of every t-shirt on our website. You can check out exactly how we print by clicking on "View Full-size." There are always going to be some slight issues with all-over t-shirts, but overall we've found that the vast majority of customer (99%) have been very pleased with our products. For those that don't, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee.

      Thanks!

      Danny

    10. Creator zachary einzig on August 14, 2013

      they make crappy shirts. the quality of the print is awful. prints on an angle, awful job around the seams. when I mentioned this to them all i got was attitude and the offer to refund my shirt. didn't even offer to attempt to make a better quality shirt. AVOID THESE GUYS. PLENTY OF OTHER PEOPLE OUT THERE DO THIS.