From hugot to hashtags, Linya Linya has them all printed on a shirt.
It can be said that Linya Linya started out of boredom of two friends, writer Ali Sangalang and artist Panch Alvarez while still in college. Whenever the two started to lose interest over their professor’s ramblings in class, they drew and created witty comics and banters to pass time inside the classroom. After graduating and spending some time in the corporate world, the two decided to go back to their passion of drawing and creating wordplay that has now touched the hearts and funny bones of many pinoys. Their hugot-filled t-shirts and other items such as key chains, pens, and stickers became a hit among the youth enabling them to expand from a simple online shop to having eight physical stores in Metro Manila.