Where the Great Old Ones Are on Boing-Boing Today

My Sendak homage to Lovecraft got posted on Boingboing.net and some other sites today, so I got a lot of emails from people who I hope will buy a shirt! Is this you? If so, please read on!

I already have some printed but I can print on pretty much whatever colour and size shirt you like. The print is in black so it works best on white, off-white, tan/beige, light (stone) blue, light (serene) green, and to a lesser extent, red. Size S, M, L, XL shirts are $15 US (all prices here are US). XXL and larger are a few dollars more. I primarily use Gildan 2000 cotton shirts, you can see the full range of colours at:

I have some “specialty” shirts as follows:
1 Fairline “ringer” size L, red with black trim. Classy! $18
3 American Apparel “melange gym tee” in green, size XL only. $19
3 XXXL khaki/sagestone $18

The image that I normally print on shirts looks like this:


You’ll notice it has text on it. I can take that off if you don’t want it. You have to specifically ask to have it removed though or by default you will get it!

SHIPPING for ONE shirt:
to US: $7
to Canada: $6-10 depending on latitude. Or is it longitude?
international: $8 by boat or $15 by air.
If you want to order more than one shirt I’ll happily recalculate shipping.

PayPal to thickets@uniserve.com

Hooray for commerce and supporting the arts! And by arts, I mean me. Also please note I have many more tentacular shirts & other Lovecraftian items (like CDs for my Cthulhu Rock band) at http://stores.ebay.com/Dead-Space-God

4 Replies to “Where the Great Old Ones Are on Boing-Boing Today”

  1. Not at all. I woke up in the morning to find a bunch of emails with regards to getting shirts made and it took me some time to figure out what was going on.

  2. Someone jaded and cynical might argue that removing the name of your band from the shirt ruins the whole promotional element. And someone else might say it’s understandable that since the band name wasn’t on the BoingBoing post, readers that contacted you might not want it, though it’s possible if they like the art, they’ll like the band and wouldn’t mind – in fact, they might want an album.

    A third person would suggest that maybe both could have been offered at slightly different prices – band name $15, without $17. And then let the nerd freemarket decide.

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