About Masonicon

My Story

Why do you want a masonic shirt? I would assume it's because you take pride in being a Mason.  Most of us wear masonic rings, hats or have masonic decals on our cars because we’re proud to be Masons and the work we do.

Hello, my name is Carlos.  When I was raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason in 2011, I searched online for unique masonic apparel, but unfortunately; I didn’t find anything worth spending money on.  And the few designs I found, I didn’t feel they were unique to Freemasonry.  In other words, they seemed generic, as if they weren't created by Masons.

I wanted to wear something that was exclusive to Freemasonry.  Being the creative person I am, I figured ‘Why not make my own designs?’ I wanted to create designs which were unique, clever and esoteric (like Freemasonry) so Masons would recognize the shirts were designed by a Master Mason.

Not all designs are ‘secretive’ or hard to decipher.  I realize Masons are of all ages and of many generations.  I wanted to provide designs which are a combination of simple, unique and trendy.  Some designs or words are public information and some, would require an informed eye to recognize.  Sounds masonic, huh?

I am constantly thinking of great designs and I’m never short of them.  I also spend a good amount of time researching comfortable shirts and apparel, for a relaxed fit.  I truly appreciate your business and hope you visit the website regularly.  Please let Brethren and your Lodge members know about Masonicon.

More About Me
I am a current Officer of my Lodge, a Past Master ('16), a member of York Rite, Scottish Rite, Sovereign College of the York Rite and a Former Grand Lodge Officer (California).  I am invited to give speeches or provide classes on masonic education, throughout Southern California.  I am also responsible for my Lodge's soical media presence.  I take pride in creating meaningful designs for Masons, worldwide.  I hope to hear from you and learn about your story.  Contact us on social media or send us an email. 

So Mote It Be.