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So January is over (a while). After the end of the voting period and with a little discussion we can announce further winners whose motives will find their way on our T-Shirts soon:


First we have what designer “malota” called the “Most weird landscape ever”.  I agree it’s kinda weird, but at least not hostile, I think it has a friendly face. Not the hills, the houses have eyes here. Images partly replaced by words. This is (almost) always a good approach, to see in perfection in this awesome music video. Congrats anyway!


Also congrats to kakolak from France who breaks the Spanish domination on Scribtee with his “Human Nature” design (though… his name Iñaki Gonzalez sounds kinda Spanish). Trees are always a good motive and this face is both a bit scary and truly impressive. A look at his blog shows us that Scribtee is not the first contest he wins… but you might have guessed that from this design quality. We think it’s almost a piece of art and we are already excited to see how it turns out.

And we’re excited to see what you have in store for future designs. Surprise us, surprise yourselves, start designing and participate at!


So, then. We start off with the news that aren’t THAT new anymore, but before we really begin, we’ll show you what has been happening up to now. The Scribtee product range has now fifteen T-Shirts to offer. Those three were the last ones that came from the printer in order to fit your bodies and T-Shirt needs:


 We start off with this quite fishy “Submarine” by contest winner Toni “Readystyle” Garcia. On “Royal Blue” for boys and “Light Navy” for girls – we have a light navy of little beasts that confronts good old Yellow Submarine. Fish unite!


Impossible Love” was a case of a contest entry that didn’t win during the voting period, but you loved this heartbreakingly tragic little romance, and so did we. So we had it printed to black shirts and awarded creator Adrian Serralta with 300 € and a 50 € shopping coupon. This should show that chances of having your tees printed are not that low if you only have a magnificent idea or some great design.


Same thing can be said about the “Fantasy Dreams” by Anxo Vizcaíno – a motive that has unicorns, a rainbow, a lollipop, ghosts, a rocket and sweet comic characters is destined to go on T-Shirts.

All designs are printed on shirts of eco-friendly and fair trade cotton by Continental Clothing (no, they have nothing to do with tires!), who absolutely convinced us with their cosy and high quality garment. They’re available now, as long as we have them in stock!

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