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About Stargazing T-Shirts

Hello! Thank you for visiting our website. My name is Tash and I am one of the co-founders of Stargazing T-Shirts (see photo below). I'm here to tell you all about our brand; where the idea came from and how we produce our products. Lets get started!

This is me, Tash! Out stargazing with my

Sky-Watcher Evostar-90 Refractor Telescope.


Lets go back in time, ten years ago in-fact to 2012. My Dad (Paul) had the idea to create an ethical clothing brand dedicated to Stargazing, astronomy and all things scifi, due to his love and interest of both those things. So he bought the domain name and created a holding page. After many many years of designing and looking for the right software to create the website, in 2020 we finally found what we were looking for! And so Stargazing T-shirts was born; our website launched in September of 2021. ( I know, a long time but we got there in the end.)


So, as I said before I'm Tash and my job at Stargazing is graphic design, embroidery, social media management and occasionally, when the sky is clear (which is sometimes never in the winter months living in Devon) I get to go Stargazing! We have a small team down here in Torbay, Devon (see the map below.)

Every product we create is ethically sourced and produced, we create all our own designs, all garment decoration is done by us including embroidery, screen printing and labeling. We try to be sustainable where possible by acquiring garments made from organic cotton or other recycled materials, limiting our use of plastics by using paper/ sugar cane mailing bags and paper tape which can all be recycled.


Screen printing our 'To the Moon 1969' design and our recyclable paper tape.


Our main goal is to create high quality limited edition clothing, with awesome designs for all those who love stargazing, astronomy and scifi!


Photograph of the waxing gibbous Moon on 12/01/22, by Me, Tash.

Taken on a Nikon DSLR Camera using the Sky-Watcher Evostar-90

Refractor Telescope