‘Divide & Conquer’ Shirts from the Basement

In 2011, I was the fulfillment service for Lost Art Press. We had books and shirts tucked into every corner of our house – our guest bedroom was one solid brick of inventory. Within a year we had found a new warehouse and we moved all the inventory to Indiana.

But when we cleared out my basement of books and packing materials, we missed a cache of 70 “Divide & Conquer” T-shirts.

These shirts were our most popular design to date. Printed on 100-percent cotton American Apparel grey shirts, they were both comfortable and disturbing.

Last week I found this little horde of “new old stock” shirts in the basement and sent them to our warehouse. We’re selling them at a special price – $17 plus shipping. That price basically covers our costs.

We are unlikely to reissue this shirt again – we have enough on our plates. So if you want one, here’s your chance.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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3 Responses to ‘Divide & Conquer’ Shirts from the Basement

  1. Rachael Boyd says:

    Damn sold out …

  2. I would really like to have one … divide and conquer has a meaning in computer science 😉
    if you could bring it to Niederalteich in June …

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