Make Your Own Dang Shirts


Until we can get our act together and get Lost Art Press T-shirts back in the store, feel free to make your own T-shirts using our logo.

We don’t make T-shirts to make money (unlike some rock bands). We make T-shirts because people ask for them, and because we need something to wear that doesn’t have holes in it.


You can use these logos at a print-on-demand service, or even on an existing favorite shirt using an inkjet printer and special paper. Note: If you put our logo on thong underwear or a tube top, please don’t send us a photo.

I’ve put two logos – our main logo and our beehive logo – into a compressed file you can download and unzip. They are sized for T-shirts at 300 dpi.

LAP Logos

We can’t offer tech support on these (such as changing the ink color). But I’m sure a local 11-year-old could help you with that.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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17 Responses to Make Your Own Dang Shirts

  1. joesainz says:

    You might want to mention that these shirts should not be for resale.


  2. sryoder says:

    Hey, thanks man. This worked out well when you did the same thing for the French marriage mark a while ago. Hot-diggity-damn! I’m gonna get me some new LAP t-shirts. And maybe a thong.


  3. johncashman73 says:

    You’re just trying to goad me into making myself a tube top.

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  4. Goerge says:

    Thanks – much appreciated!


  5. Rachael Boyd says:



  6. trainman0978 says:

    Dang. This is really cool of you!
    Thanks .


  7. SSteve says:

    Rock bands have to sell shirts to make money since it’s no longer possible to make money from selling music. (Wiener alert!)


  8. Jacque Wells says:

    Marvelous! Many — no, make that unlimited thanks.


  9. Chris F says:

    Extra points for the first LAP mankini picture….and go!


  10. neitsdelf says:

    “… and because we need something to wear that doesn’t have holes in it.”

    So how do you get it on then?


  11. Dan Zehner says:

    Well, I think this is as good an excuse as any for a LAP hockey jersey in my closet…. 😛


  12. Quintin Holmberg says:

    Being a beekeeper, I’m curious about the beehive logo. Does beekeeping relate to what you do?


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