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The deadline is January 31st Coronavirus Ruined My Soccer Season shirt. Below you can find an example of city-themed design, featuring Fullerton, Ca architecture.Tshirt Factory winter saleIt’s the month of giving and magic. Tshirt-Factory is reinforcing that spirit by rallying its entire site to bring you yet another great sale. This Tshirt Factory winter sale comes with a 60% discount on everything available, from t-shirt designs to vector packs and fonts.This graphics marketplace brings under the same roof funny, dark, motivational or vintage styles from hundreds of designers all over the world. More and more are joining the site. Therefore, tens of graphics are constantly added each day. The sale will apply to old, new and future designs, mainly destined for printing on t-shirts, but not restricted to that.Given that it’s Christmas time, I included below a few seasonal examples. Some are worlds apart in terms of styles. Nevertheless, they are similar in one very important respect: a high standard of quality.