Lost Art Press Beehive T-shirts Now Available


We received the first samples of our latest T-shirt from the printer and are quite happy with the logo and the crisp way it printed on the short-sleeve shirts.

The shirts are $25 and are available worldwide (shipping is quite reasonable). They are printed on 100-percent cotton on an American Apparel fine-gauge T-shirt.

beehive_red2_IMG_0678Because these shirts are cut slim and will shrink in the wash, we recommend you order one size larger than usual. After years of wearing these shirts ourselves, we think you’ll be happy with the way they break in and last – they are the softest shirt we have found.

The logo on these shirts was designed by Ohio artist Joshua Minnich and features a skep – an old-school beehive – which has long been the symbol of the industrious joiner and carpenter.

The shirts are available in seven colors and the full range of sizes from XS to 3XL. All our shirts are made, sewn and printed in the United States.

You can order your shirt from our store here.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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13 Responses to Lost Art Press Beehive T-shirts Now Available

  1. drwaynemerhoff says:

    Put a pocket on it and I will purchase several Wayne

  2. At last, I can stop wearing my Stone Brewing Gargoyle T every weekend and put something cooler in rotation.

  3. I’m somewhat unclear as to what color the names imply. I’m assuming coral means orange. Please consider having someone put a color swatch along with the name of the color on the ordering page. Thanks.

  4. For some reason, I always expect to see a lady with a vintage hair cut.

  5. toolnut says:

    Hi Chris,
    On the order page, is asphault the third swatch and navy the last swatch?

  6. Ben Lowery says:

    That would make a heck of a nice vinyl sticker…

  7. And…. BUTTER!!!!!

    Order placed.

  8. Niels Cosman says:

    Boom goes the dynamite!

  9. Brian Clites says:

    Awesome design. And thank you for including the sizing information and the preview pics of each color. It really made ordering much smoother this time.

    If anyone ends up with a shirt that is a little tight, a few washes on the “cold” cycle and then hanging on a hanger to dry might help. My first few LAP shirts were uncomfortably tight in the shoulders, but I’m happy to report that after three washings they’ve loosened enough to feel good and homey. And the fabric is still super soft. Also, the color and logo screen haven’t faded one bit.

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