T-shirts

Chew Gum and Kick Ass

I know you know what inspired this one…

Never Appease Evil – Stilettos

This is my original Winged Victory logo, but the heels make it a bit too girly for some people. If so, consider the angry skull version.

Never Appease Evil – Skull

The stronger logo for Winged Victory. Hardly even noticed the initials on his forehead, right?

AR Selector Switch – Ragnarok

As far as I know, this Selector-Switch concept in a t-shirt is uniquely mine. I’ve done several online at a DTG printer, but kept getting accused of stealing other folks “content,” which I never have, nor ever would.

Keep Calm and Load Mags

I’m quite fond of this phrasing and hope you’ll like it enough to buy one or two and wear them often – or at least when you go to the range on weekends!

Feminism – The One Ring

Poor Gollum. He ain’t got nothing on wide-eyed women once they get a taste of the power of feminism’s One Ring.

Tempus Fugit

Don’t I know it! One minute I was worried about turning 40 and now I’m thinking, “The Gunny was only 74!!!”

Team “Foosa” – Green Block

I say “foo-sa,” perhaps you say “What the…?” Either way, the green in the JPEG is much brighter than the shirt’s true “Foliage” green. Find a link to the onscreen “hex” color on the individual shirt’s page.

Team “Foosa” – Brown Block

Go, Team! NOTE: something wicked happens to my carefully devised RGB colors when I concert my art-files to JPEGs, sometimes, so visit the individual t-shirt page to see a truer “Coyote” color.



Good News and Better News

Well, it’s back to the stenciling table, because Teespring…see below.

And because I’m doing the designs offered here “old-school,” I’ll necessarily have serious stencil-cutting limitations. Some of the graphics you may have seen and liked at online commercial printers will no longer be available until I can seriously simplify them (e.g. “Sat Cong”).

The good news is the loss of supposed copyright-policing! Even better is I’ll be able to offer:

  • cool “performance tees”  like the short sleeve Hanes® CoolDri to start (100% Polyester), and
  • the softest, finest cotton t-shirts I’ve found so far: the short sleeve Bella+Canvas® 3001. (NOTE: colors including “Heather,” are cotton+polyester blends.)

Online commercial-printer prices vs. My studio-pricing

If you purchased my designs online at THAT place you’ll immediately notice the t-shirt prices here are higher in general. There are a number of factors, not the least of which is the Magical Bulk-shirt-Buying Powers they have. (Oh, well, I’ve got freedom-of-speech instead.)

Just click on the thumbnails above and find the studio-made prices given on each design’s page. Not including shipping, they will range from $25.00 – $35.00, depending on several factors:

  • the number of colors (stencils) a shirt requires
  • whether it is a one- or two-sided design, and
  • if you need a size 2XL & up

How to Order

I’m new at doing this outside of a fully managed site, like Teespring, etsy, and BigCartel+Printful, so please bear with me as I figure it all out.

  • Use the Contact Form separately for each shirt you’d like to order :-(
  • Or…provide the same information in one direct email for as many shirts as you’d like :-) (wholebrainarts-at-verizon-dot-net; subject, Shirt-Order)
    1. Design Name, e.g. “Never Appease Evil – Stilettos”
    2. Shirt Color+Brand+Size, e.g. Navy/HanesCoolDri®/XL
    3. Location of Design, on-shirt-Front, or on-shirt-Back
  • Or provide this same information in a snail-mail letter:

Patrice Stanton, 405 Roy Court, Keller, Texas 76248



Shipping

UPDATE (26 April 2018): I must change my price to $4.00 per shirt, plus $1.00 for each additional shirt in the same order, going to the same destination.

Curse the USPS, but alas, they are a lot less expensive than the private shippers I’d prefer to use.

How to Pay

PayPal: I’ll email you back an invoice if you use either the form above, or we communicate directly through e-mail. (Snail-mailers will use the PayPal link I promise to have HERE by “May Day.”)



Alas, Teespring®

Yes, they offer a super easy way to get out graphic designs, but the anonymous “tipsters” who continually sick the site police on my designs are annoying and a distraction. Check out my store, “Winged Victory,” for DTG (direct to garment) digitally-inked t-shirts and more, while I still have it.

NEED HELP with AN IDEA

…for t-shirts, mugs, etc. but no time, patience, or background with Illustrator®, Photoshop®, distressing, etc? Let me handle all of that for a 50/50 share of the proceeds.

 

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