Some might argue that it only makes sense to sell branded merchandise once that particular brand has been presented with some form of context, and that you have some evidence there's humans who possess even the slightest interest in supporting or promoting the ideas that brand represents. Nonsense, right? That's why I've taken the liberty to produce the first run of Murder Foot t-shirts!
Thanks to some hands on education from Qualia Vector Lab I am able to present to you these high quality, gourmet, limited edition, ergonomic, 100% cotton shirts. They were designed and hand screen printed by myself.
I don't want to get overly scientific but it is a very interesting series of chemical processes. First, you have to coat the metal screen thing in some pinkish, mauve shit. You let that thing sit while you print out your design on some see-thru shit. You put the screen with the mauve shit and the print on the see-thru shit over a bright ass light that hardens all the mauve shit that isn't covered by the ink on the see-thru shit. Then you take the screen and hose it down. The hardened portion of mauve shit stays on the screen in the exact shape of the design printed on the see-thru shit, that way the ink passes through in the shape of your design. Then you clamp the screen down into a big metal fuckin' thing that keeps your shit straight when you press it down onto your shirts or whatever. You flop a big mess of ink goop onto the screen and smear it over the screen, then smoosh a squeegee over the screen onto your shit a couple times. You blast the printed ink with some hot ass light to bake it in (you gotta bake that shit or you're just gonna have a wet mess on your shit that gets everywhere, it's all very scientific) and then you do that 30 times in a row til you run out of shirts. Then you sell them.