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Jesse Andrews Admin

Debating printing a nice t-shirt for the site. Got ideas for the design?

Startups I've worked at have used Giant Robots Printing for high quality t-shirts.

I'm guessing they would cost at most $20 each. Are you interested?

 
Yansky Scriptwright

I'm interested. :)

 
dob Scriptwright

This guy:

or this guy:

 
jerone Scriptwright

Don't know if I'm interested, but here are some idea's:





 
w35l3y Scriptwright

$20 would be too costly for me.
Not to mention I live in another country.

Because of this financial crisis, US dolar has become too valuable compared to the currency here.

 
znerp Scriptwright

I'm possibly interested depending on the available colours and the design; ie. I wouldn't buy something I'd never wear.

Because of this financial crisis, US dolar has become too valuable compared to the currency here.

This is the same for here too; when I was in the US last summer I was getting around $2 to the pound, but it seems that's changed a lot. Mind you, for $20 + shipping it's not really changed much more than the price of a beer or two (this is also how I justify most of my other purchases of anything less than a tenner or so).

 
dob Scriptwright

I like my € :p

 
w35l3y Scriptwright

I don't like to compare prices to other products because this may differ taxes, national culture, companies competition, ...
But for US$20 I could buy 15 beer bottles (600ml) or 40 beer cans (350ml) or 4 Big Mac combos (sandwich + fries + drink)

Jul 08 : US$1.00 = R$1.55
Jan 09 : US$1.00 = R$ 2.25

 
znerp Scriptwright

@w35l3y: Don't get me wrong, I didn't mean to comment on your situation at all, I was just commenting about myself. My point really was that despite the weakening of my currency, the difference isn't really that large for relatively small amounts of money.

 
SlimShady Scriptwright

20 bucks with shipping?

 
Jesse Andrews Admin

The pricing is a guess based on queries to printers and nice $10 American Apparel shirts. I'm judging interest before I go further.

 
dob Scriptwright

Jesse, I'm sure that if you offered shirts on this site, there will be plenty of people that would buy them, majority of whom that don't post in the forums.

 
w35l3y Scriptwright

@znerp, I understand. I was just saying why I didn't compare products in my first post.

Anyway, I liked the first image.
But don't emphasize "greasemonkey" because you might have some trouble with the real authors. this is just an advice.

 
sizzlemctwizzle Scriptwright


I'm interested and so far I like this one the most, but I'm also fond of the monkey holding the cat lol

 
Jesse Andrews Admin

Perhaps I should do stickers as a first go at this. I can print a few hundred stickers for not much (sticker giant looks interesting)

 
Jesse Andrews Admin

Anyone know who owns the copyright of

 
Avindra V.G. Scriptwright

Agreed! The monkey with the wrench for sure (or the casually walking, dressed monkey in the first picture) :)

 
Noxumbra Scriptwright

Dunno who made the awesome Monkey w/ Wrench drawing, but you can always do a search for Creative Commons licensed artwork.