Dracula On GitHub.com And Some Behind-The-Scenes

Since my last email, I got a LOT of responses about doing Dracula merch. I started ordering some samples to learn more about how can I make the absolute best products possible.

So far, I've spent $498.52 buying multiple types of t-shirts, hoodies, and joggers.

Multiple types of t-shirts, hoodies, and joggers

I ordered different shirts made of 100% cotton and tri-blend (50% polyester, 25% combed ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon). I also tried different colors and printing techniques like DTG (Direct-To-Garment), Screen Printing, and Embroidery.

This has been a super interesting process since I'm able to discard many things that simply won't meet the quality standards that I'm looking for.

I can't wait to make this available to you and I hope you liked these behind-the-scenes pictures :)

New on Dracula

Say hello to the 3 new themes that joined Dracula this week.

  • Gajim: a fully-featured XMPP client
  • GitHub: a web-based theme using the Stylus browser extension
  • Warp: a blazingly fast, Rust-based terminal

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Dracula in the wild

I'm always amazed by how small changes can have a big impact. This week Stephen tweeted about changing his setup to Dracula and the difference was huge, you can check the full picture to see the side-by-side comparison.

From what I can tell, he installed the ZSH theme and the iTerm theme too.

Stephen Nancekivell setup with Dracula

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