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Local Designer Is Selling iMessage Stickers For La Raza


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Tortilla Factory is the sticker pack we need in South Texas. Pecos-born, Midland-raised, current San Anto resident and freelance designer Eli Tarin decided to take a stab at creating a set after noticing a severe lack of Mexican stickers for Apple's latest update.

After seeing tutorials for how to make stickers, and knowing very little HTML code, Tarin created a list of 120 stickers he'd like to add to the pack. The initial 30 are available now through the App store. 

For 99 cents, you can tell your friends to meet you at the taco truck outside Hardbodies or The Main Strip using a sticker. You can ask your pals to El Paraiso or Paleteria San Antonio with the push of a button. You can light a veladora for your mom or threaten someone with la chancla or just ask for more avocado. 

Tarin has already put in for an update with three more stickers including one with a familiar box of fideo (trademarked items are harder to navigate around, naturally). Purchase your own sticker pack for iMessages here

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