Speak UpA Former Division of UnderConsideration
The Archives, August 2002 – April 2009
advertise @ underconsideration
---Click here for full archive list or browse below
  
T-Shirt Blowout Sale

All Speak Up T-shirts must go!

Limited availability! Originally $15.00, now only $10.00 + $5.00 Shipping & Handling (via priority USPS) (International shipping subject to higher charges). Order yours while supplies last!

T-shirts are on American Apparel, sweatshop-free black t-shirts. Printed with silver ink (tends to lose its shine nicely after first wash). Also, t-shirts come a little bit smaller than the usual sizes, just something to keep in mind when selecting your size (women’s small are really small).

If you have any questions regarding the t-shirts or the ordering process please inquire!

Size

Maintained through our ADV @ UnderConsideration Program
ENTRY DETAILS
ARCHIVE ID 1877 FILED UNDER Speak Up Announcements
PUBLISHED ON Mar.19.2004 BY Armin
WITH 7 COMMENTS
Comments
Justin’s comment is:

Woohoo. What the hell, it's friday.

On Mar.19.2004 at 02:01 PM
Greg’s comment is:

You know what'd be fun? "Word It" T-shirts. Thoughts?

On Mar.21.2004 at 09:07 AM
Armin’s comment is:

Not a bad idea… They could be printed "on demand". Anybody know of a good service that offers this? Cafepress might actually work, since word its are mostly 4-color. And each creator would have to agree, of course.

On Mar.22.2004 at 11:29 AM
Sarah B.’s comment is:

Cafepress is GREAT!

On Mar.23.2004 at 10:58 PM
Michael’s comment is:

Mine came in the other day. Very nice. Thanks!

On Mar.30.2004 at 05:44 PM
mitch’s comment is:

::::sighs::::::

if you had one in super extra chubby size i'd grab one. alas. they do look schweet tho.

On Mar.30.2004 at 05:50 PM
mitch’s comment is:

whoops...just to add to this... (wish there was a way to edit posts on here) from my own personal experience, Cafepress is absoloute garbage. A private forum i am on wanted to do shirts and after a ton of research we decided that its just dramatically better shirt and graphic quality to get them silk-screened locally - its also a hell of a lot more profitable if you can order in bulk. The obvious catch is that you cannot do an 'on-demand' shirt like Cafepress, which while good for the novelty, is really a horrible way to do a shirt... its barely better than an iron-on inkjet transfer. Whoever figures a way to do a Cafepress model business with good quality printing and top quality shirts will make a fortune.

On Mar.30.2004 at 05:55 PM