Lakeside Guide to Lake Chapala, Ajijic, Mexico

Ajijic T-Shirts

At a Glance

Silkscreened t-shirts designed & printed by Ajijic artist Bruno Mariscal.

More Info

Ajijic T-Shirts sells souvenirs and silkscreened t-shirts with Ajijic-related imagery.

The shirts are designed by Bruno Mariscal, a graduate of the Neil James art program, and printed in his shop by him and his crew on 100% cotton t-shirts.

Bruno designed the well-known Ajijic “fish” logo that graces car stickers around town. Each year he comes out with a new animal or figure. This year it’s a motorcyclist. Look carefully and you’ll find the word “Ajijic” hidden in the figures.

Last updated April 4, 2019

Street View

Address

Marcos Castellanos #17-C

Ajijic

HoursClosed Now

Mon10:00am -2:00pm
4:00pm -7:00pm
Tue10:00am -2:00pm
4:00pm -7:00pm
Wed10:00am -2:00pm
4:00pm -7:00pm
Thu10:00am -2:00pm
4:00pm -7:00pm
Fri10:00am -2:00pm
4:00pm -7:00pm
Sat10:00am -2:00pm
4:00pm -7:00pm
Sun10:00am -2:00pm

Phone

376-766-0213

Subscribe & get this free 50-page eBook to 22 Holidays & Festivals at Lake Chapala in 2019

Download eBook

Photos of Ajijic T-Shirts

Inside Ajijic T-Shirts at Marcos Castellanos #17-C in Ajijic, Mexico.

Inside Ajijic T-Shirts at Marcos Castellanos #17-C in Ajijic, Mexico.

Ajijic T-Shirts sells silkscreened t-shirts and other items with the 'Ajijic' logos which look like fish and other animals.

Ajijic T-Shirts sells silkscreened t-shirts and other items with the "Ajijic" logos, which look like fish and other animals.

The silkscreening equipment in use at Ajijic T-Shirts.

The silkscreening equipment in use at Ajijic T-Shirts.

Artist Bruno Mariscal has been silkscreening shirts since he started at his home in 1997.

Artist Bruno Mariscal has been silkscreening shirts since he started at his home in 1997.

Bruno uses a squeegee to force the ink through the screen and onto the shirt.

Bruno uses a squeegee to force the ink through the screen and onto the shirt.

Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

Masked Zayacos of Ajijic

The Masked Zayacos of Ajijic, Mexico

Masked “zayacos” prowl the town bullring, a unique Carnival-time tradition in Ajijic, Mexico.

Purchase This Fine Art Print
Purchase This Fine Art Print
Each shirt is passed under an open gas flame so the ink can dry quickly.

Each shirt is passed under an open gas flame so the ink can dry quickly.

The last step is to cure the ink with this machine so the shirts can be safely washed without the design coming off.

The last step is to cure the ink with this machine so the shirts can be safely washed without the design coming off.

Bruno Mariscal with one of his freshly silkscreened shirts.

Bruno Mariscal with one of his freshly silkscreened shirts.

A shirt with the famous Ajijic fish logo.

A shirt with the famous Ajijic fish logo.

One of the many Ajijic T-shirts for sale.

One of the many Ajijic T-shirts for sale.

Jimador in Arandas, Jalisco

At Tequila Cazadores, They Use the Mozart Effect to Give Their Agave Juice Happy, Fermented Lives

See this Photo Essay
See this Photo Essay
A shirt with the Aztec calendar.

A shirt with the Aztec calendar.

The shop has lots of designs and colors of shirts available.

The shop has lots of designs and colors of shirts available.

Shirts are available in small, medium, large, extra large, extra extra large, and extra extra extra large.

A shelf of silkscreened t-shirts.

A shelf of silkscreened t-shirts.

They also sell unprinted t-shirts in a bunch of colors.

They also sell unprinted t-shirts in a bunch of colors.

All shirts are made with 100% cotton.

All shirts are made with 100% cotton.

'That's Mexico!' t-shirts, hats, mugs, buttons and stickers.

"That's Mexico!" t-shirts, hats, mugs, buttons and stickers.

The Ajijic-themed shirts make good gifts to bring back to friends when you leave the country.

The Ajijic-themed shirts make good gifts to bring back to friends when you leave the country.

Ball caps.

Ball caps.

Aside from shirts, the store sells other souvenirs and gift items, many of them branded with the name Ajijic.

Aside from shirts, the store sells other souvenirs and gift items, many of them branded with the name Ajijic.

Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

Framed print of Aztec dancers during a procession in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

Aztec Dancers in a Religious Procession

Aztec dancers take part in the final day of the month-long October celebration for Our Lady of the Rosary in Ajijic, Mexico.

Purchase This Fine Art Print
Purchase This Fine Art Print
Plastic water bottles and metal coffee thermoses.

Plastic water bottles and metal coffee thermoses.

Coffee mugs.

Coffee mugs.

Cofradía blanco tequila.

Cofradía blanco tequila.

Cofradía tequila; Once Letras tequila creams: lima, vanilla, coffee; Trochador reposado tequila.

Cofradía tequila; Once Letras tequila creams: lima, vanilla, coffee; Trochador reposado tequila.

Shot glasses.

Shot glasses.

A girl dressed as an Adelita during the Revolution Day parade in San Antonio Tlayacapan, which always celebrates Revolution Day the Sunday after November 20 (which in 2018 is November 25). Their parade starts a few blocks west of the plaza in San Antonio at 9 a.m.

How the Women Soldaderas Helped Win the Mexican Revolution

See this Photo Essay
See this Photo Essay
Plastic flasks.

Plastic flasks.

Ashtrays and Mi Buen tequila.

Ashtrays and Mi Buen tequila.

Keychains and stickers of animals and figures that contain the word 'Ajijic.'

Keychains and stickers of animals and figures that contain the word "Ajijic."

Mousepads.

Mousepads.

Magnets.

Magnets.

Painted pottery boxes.

Painted pottery boxes.

Ballpoint pens and buttons.

Ballpoint pens and buttons.

Blank notebooks.

Blank notebooks.

Leather coin purses.

Leather coin purses.

Some of Bruno Mariscal's paintings for sale.

Some of Bruno Mariscal's paintings for sale.

The Virgin of Zapopan Visits Chapala

See this Photo Essay
See this Photo Essay
Inside T-Shirts Ajijic at Marcos Castellanos #17-C in Ajijic, Mexico.

Inside T-Shirts Ajijic at Marcos Castellanos #17-C in Ajijic, Mexico.

Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

La Charra

La Charra

Escaramuza cowgirl Jaqui Gómez rides her horse along the shore of Lake Chapala, Mexico. “La charrería is a sport that gets everyone’s attention, but few understand it.”

Purchase This Fine Art Print
Purchase This Fine Art Print

Subscribe & get this free 50-page eBook to 22 Holidays & Festivals at Lake Chapala in 2019

Download eBook

No Comments

Post a Comment