Ah, it's Christmastime, and this time of year always makes us nostalgic. This year, we've been thinking about how awesome it used to be as kids to gather together as a family on Christmas and watch some of the best movies ever made. So we put together these shirts inspired by a couple of the movie franchises that we loved as kids (and still do). By pre-ordering these products, you can help us bring them into production (and claim an awesome Christmas present).
I Mustache You a Question (available in white and black)
Have You Seen These Droids?
Merry Christmas, You Filthy Animal
Keep the Change, You Filthy Animal
Here's approximately what the shirts will look like:
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Your pledge includes shipping to the continental US. For overseas shipping, additional money is required (please look at each pledge level for details). We anticipate having all shirts shipped by December 15th. If you live inside the United States, this should be plenty of time for it to arrive by Christmas. If you live outside the United States, however, this likely won't be enough time as packages can sometimes get delayed in customs.
ManaTee Shirts is comprised of two brothers, Sean and Keith. We love pop culture, obscure TV shows video games, and a lot of other nerdy stuff. By day, Sean is a therapist and Keith works in User Experience (whatever that is). By night, we make shirts. Kind of like superheroes, but much less exciting.
We started making shirts back in 2010 as a creative outlet and a means to pay a few bills. We've expanded and improved our operation, but a lot of our designs still don't see the light of day, mostly because the only way to make shirts at an economical price is to do them in bulk.
That's where you come in. If we can put together a large enough order for the designs included in this project, we can bring them to production and offer them at an affordable price.
Risks and challenges
Probably the biggest risk with making shirts is that the design won't turn out exactly as we initially designed it. When it comes time for production, sometimes things just don't turn out exactly as we thought they would. This means that sometimes we have to alter a design to bring it into production. Typically these are minor changes, such as altering a font to make it more readable on the final product.
We have been making shirts for a couple of years now, and we've brought many shirt designs to production successfully. While there are always challenges that can't be anticipated, we have learned a lot about what works and what doesn't. We are also upgrading the software that we use to make the shirts, which should help us minimize problems when taking designs to production.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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