NerdyShirts Welcomes Spring Early With a Tee Explaining Where Magic Comes From

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The latest original t-shirt design released this week by celebrates the start of Spring a little bit early with their Magic! rainbow unicorn tees that even men can love.

The official start of Spring may officially still be about a week away, but is celebrating early with the release of a new, bright, original t-shirt design this week. The design, called Magic!, features a "magic" unicorn that both men and women can appreciate. Magic! is the latest in a series of original, nerd-chic t-shirt designs released by every Monday.

The Magic! tee design is a navy blue tee featuring a white unicorn, illustrated like a children's drawing, with a rainbow mane and tail. The typically "girly" image is thwarted, making the shirt equally appealing to males, with the addition of the unicorn's lifted tail as it expels a cloud of "magic." Now nerds everywhere can sport their brand new original tees, letting everyone they meet know where magic really comes from.

The Magic! tee design comes in men's sizes (S - XL) and women's sizes (S - L), and retails at $20.00. The latest in the weekly series of original NerdyShirts designs is a user-submitted design. Users can submit their own original t-shirt designs or even t-shirt slogans to NerdyShirts, for a chance at winning $200 or $50 respectively if their submission is used.

About was launched in 2004 by Myke Armstrong and Jacob Fatoorechi, and was incorporated into the MyFatRobot family of sites in April 2006 by Myke, Jacob, and William Barnes. NerdyShirts offers original funny, nerdy, and nostalgic tee shirts all printed on 100 percent cotton American Apparel shirts. In addition to all original designs, NerdyShirts buys full designs and even design concepts from site visitors or customers, and offers an affiliate program for tee shirt sales. New designs are released every Monday, and most are available in both men's and women's sizes.

For additional information about, or the new Magic! design, please visit, or contact William Barnes at 310-746-8990.


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