12:00AM 6/15 UPDATE: Because the shop's been having some weird display issues as the websites works out some kinks, I've changed the link. Now clicking the link below will take you to a page with the
six eight! current images. Click on the image you want to be taken to a page of shirts with that picture.
11:39PM 6/14 UPDATE: If anyone here is getting a "bibit-error code: 2" message when they try to make a purchase, please either leave a comment or email me. The issue's being forwarded to Spreadshirt.com customer service, but I'm curious if this is an isolated incident or a larger problem. I should probably note that I submitted an order two days ago, and I received a confirmation email and shipping notice pretty quickly, so it *is* possible to work with this. It's just needlessly difficult is all.
11:30PM 6/14 UPDATE: Okay, I've been working on making the shop a little more efficient tonight. Rather than displaying all of the different colors as individual products, I've made it so that clicking on the desired product gives you a range of color options instead. I think every shirt in there should let you select from a few choices, now (let me know if one of them doesn't). If you're looking to buy, make sure you choose the color you want, otherwise you'll get whatever the default display one is.
Obviously, still more designs on the way. And hey, it looks like the website's starting to get a lot of its bugs worked out since re-launching a week ago, so yay for that.
1:59AM 6/14 UPDATE: Spreadshirt.com is having some weird bugs right now but in theory the store should currently have 89 products, including some new Putz stuff. I've emailed them to figure out what's going on, but in the meantime you might have to do a little digging to find it. For example, from the main page, in the pulldown menu under Shop where it says "All Articles," select one of the other options instead. That seems to work.
It's still a work in progress, but here's a link for future reference.
Plenty more designs are on the way. Let this be a thread for questions, suggestions, and
praise for how totally awesome I am acknowledgment of how freaking annoying it is to build an online apparel shop.
NOTE: the little red (R) in the upper left corner of the Yuni-Bomber shirts tells the designers to remove the white background, so that'll blend a lot better than it looks. More designs will be up tomorrow.