Yesterday I posted a poll asking if I should turn my “I’ve got Religion” design into tees, and while the voting was sparse Dodgers fans on Twitter gave a quick and resounding “YES!” so I uploaded it and turned it into T-shirts. But I also uploaded a design with Chase Utley, and all of my designs got put on a wider range of products. Which caused a new problem. How do I display everything to make it easy to see all the designs I have available? Continue reading
The LA Dodgers had a bad week last week, dropping two straight series for the first time this season. As I was watching the game Saturday night I found myself once again tweeting “#LetsGoDodgers” with claps and I thought this could be a great t-shirt to wear to the Ravine. Before I went to bed the tee was made and on sale. Continue reading
Earlier this season I started responding to people complaining that the Dodgers were going to lose a game while still pretty early in the game with the hashtag #ItAintOverYet. As I write this, last night’s game was yet another one of those games when the Arizona Diamondbacks scored five runs off Rich Hill in the first inning. I had already been toying with the idea of making an #ItAintOverYet tee, with a rough design started by the time the game started, and by the end of the third inning, I had most of the design finished. Continue reading
Several years back I used to sell t-shirts on Spreadshirt but closed it because the work it took to maintain the shop wasn’t matched by the number of shirts sold. But now I’ve been asked to sell t-shirts again and I’m proud to announce that I just opened my new T-shirt shop on Spreadshirt: Dodger Tees!