Slightly Edgy T-Shirts has launched on Kickstarter!

Slightly Edgy seeks to offer t-shirts with a mix of humor, history, sci-fi and a dash of existential angst.

The shirts are intellectual, but fun. Edgy, but only slightly. The designs displayed in the Slightly Edgy Kickstarter campaign were chosen from an online survey of international t-shirt enthusiasts.

Ethan and Tristan Otto are brothers, and the founders of Slightly Edgy, located in Rochester, New York. Ethan’s the philosophical, science guy, while Tristan’s an artist driven to create.  Both like wearing t-shirts that are creative and expressive, but not overly offensive. They noticed such tees were hard to find, so the idea for slightly edgy t-shirts was born.

Slightly Edgy is now seeking support for this innovative project via Kickstarter and they are welcoming everyone to back them by taking advantage of their unique pledge rewards.

Moreover, they have announced that following the success of their crowdfunding

campaign, they will launch a website to offer additional designs.

The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at:

Supporters from around the world can get these shirts by making pledges to the campaign. The pledges can range from $10 to $350 or more with each pledge receiving an awesome reward such as: t-shirts, hoodies, buttons and posters. Details for pledge rewards are available on the Kickstarter page of the project.

Here’s what makes our shirts so distinct:

·   Unique, original designs that stand out in a crowd

·   Printed on quality, comfy, lightweight t-shirts

·   Use of a specialized printing process that infuses the illustration with the fabric

·   Stylish Slightly Edgy logo printed on the inside instead of an annoying tag

A limited reward package is available to 50 customers, so act now to receive an additional shirt free. The Slightly Edgy Kickstarter campaign is ending soon, so don’t delay.

For more information please contact us.

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Company Name: Slightly Edgy T-Shirts
Contact Person: Ethan Otto
Country: United States