Really, there aren't too many places in the mall that serve those niche categories of organizations, artists, and crazies who want to make their voices heard. Enter Alan Watts and Pixeltees.com, a Web site where users can create a store with their own T-shirt designs and sell them to the general public. Some "popular" available slogans: "Make Pixels, Not War," "Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Digital Janitors Local 404," and "Too Many White People." We also found a plethora of images made by pixel artists who spend their time at a microscopic level of computer graphics, rendering the world in 16-bit color.
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