After a good deal of wrangling and evaluating a lot of brands, we are happy to announce that five different designs of Lost Art Press T-Shirts are available again in our store.
The good news is that we have found a good supplier of shirts. The quality and the price is excellent. As a result, we have lowered the price of the shirts to $25 (and that price includes free domestic shipping). Also good news: This 100-percent ring-spun cotton shirt is available in a range of sizes from small to 3X.
These shirts ship to the U.S. and Canada. Shipping to the U.S. is free. Canadians pay an extra $8. (Sorry: We earlier thought we could ship these to Europe but were mistaken.)
Here’s the not-so-good news. We couldn’t find a domestic shirt supplier we were happy with. So these Gildan shirts are made in Nicaragua and printed in the United States. Also, this shirt is available only in two colors: navy blue and black.
Here are the five designs currently available:
Lost Art Press logo shirt: This shirt features our current logo (the one at the top of the screen) that was hand-drawn by designer Tom Lane.
Lost Art Press “Badge” logo shirt: This shirt features a hand-drawn logo by Joshua Minnich with our dividers shown in a badge.
Lost Art Press Beehive logo shirt: One of our favorite logos (also from Joshua Minnich), this logo features a skep and bees.
Lost Art Press Bandito shirt: Dovetail saws and skulls. Need we say more? Drawn by Shelby Kelley.
Anarchist’s Design Book logo shirt: Featuring the “marriage mark” from the cover of the book. Whenever I wear this shirt I get lots of questions about it.
Before you order, please check this size chart so you don’t end up looking like an overstuffed bratwurst or a jawa.
Please note that all apparel is made to order and is not returnable unless defective.
Finally, we know there will be complaint and calls for different designs, different colors, long sleeves, pockets and shirts with the nipples cut out with fur around the holes. Please know that this is the best we can do right now.
And now back to making books.
— Christopher Schwarz