Well, we ran into a little problem with amazon merch t-shirts that set us back some weeks.
After initially accepting our t-shirt designs, they began to reject them out of fear that we were borrowing someone's copyrighted designs. They were protecting us from ourselves
, which is good but was also frustrating. As a result, I had to appeal and demonstrate that my designs were, if fact, "my" original designs.
(I say "my" because here is how I handle graphic arts projects. With the acception of our logo, which I designed personally in a CAD program, I start by first drawing the idea myself. Next, I work closely, via skype screen-sharing, with a skilled graphic artist, like our friend Adolfo, to get a more professional result. Ideas almost always improve when you collaborate, and the process is tremendously stimulating! Along the way, I'll seek valuable input from my wife Susan, my friend and virtual coworker Roderick, Cliff, and anyone else who might be handy. No doubt, I'll be asking you all on the forum for your input more and more. And many thanks for the T-shirt feedback you've provided in this thread!!!)
Anyway, Amazon is now convinced that we are who we say we are, so our t-shirts will soon be available. They only let you upload one new design a day, but we'll soon post a link to the t-shirts when a few more are available.
Jesse, T-shirts will be available in about every imaginable size--for humans, at least.
(To be proactive, we are still researching options for customers from outside our solar system. Amazon Intergalactic
is a possibility, but I don't think they offer Prime Shipping to other galaxies. This should come as no surprise to anyone since their clearly stated mission is only
to be "earth's
most customer-centric company." I guess everybody else can go jump in a lake.