RedBubble T-Shirts and Merchandise

Textris Tee-ShirtIf you’re a fan of my artwork, now you can buy my designs on a tee-shirt, poster, mug, or dozens of other types of merchandise. Check out my RedBubble store for all kinds of stylish options.

I never set out to sell t-shirts and posters. While I do like selling things and paying my bills on time, I started this blog because I like to write and draw. But since I’ve been doing this, people have asked about merchandise. I’ve had a couple of posters printed up, but I don’t yet have the resources to mass produce tee-shirts yet. Thankfully with Internet services like RedBubble, I don’t have to worry about high capital costs.

Print On Demand

RedBubble is one of several online services that provides print-on-demand merchandise. Along with sites like CafePress, Society6 and even Woot, they use high-tech printing machines to create a single shirt or print on demand, saving small business owners like me from having to invest large amounts of capital or manage large backstocks of inventory.

If you’re a fan of this blog, please check out my store and make a purchase. My prices are reasonable, and the money will help me maintain this site and bring you even more awesome content in the future.

Steve Lovelace

Steve Lovelace is a writer and graphic artist. After graduating Michigan State University in 2004, he taught Spanish in Samoa before moving to Dallas, Texas. He blogs regularly at

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2 Responses

  1. February 16, 2017

    […] what’s on my mind, but no one gets it because they aren’t thinking about tee-shirts (shameless plug). The context isn’t there for them, and they don’t get that nice mental click. The joke […]

  2. February 22, 2017

    […] and it really makes me motivated to create more awesome tee-shirt designs. Keep an eye out for future designs, and thanks again for your love and support! And if you have bought one, let me know what you think […]

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