I guess you'd have to have spent seven years in band during elementary, junior high and high school to think it's funny. But as with my blog, I specialize in the random in my design storefront.
I sold two more t-shirts today.
Okay, I bought two more of my own t-shirt designs today. But I really do want to see how they translate from the computer screen to a physical t-shirt. That's the downside of teepublic.com. You don't get feedback about what designs can be printed and which ones are too complicated.
I also wonder if anyone besides artists who post designs on the site actually go there looking for things to buy. The odd thing about the way teepublic.com markets the place is that they inundate anyone who goes or shops there with emails and texts. And they don't seem to draw a distinction between the designers and shoppers. Just going to my own storefront triggers umpteen emails from them asking me if I forgot something.
Something tells me teepublic.com is the t-shirt version of vanity press.