When I’m not at the office, I live in T-shirts. As such, I go through a lot of t-shirts and I have to replenish my supply regularly. But what’s a good geek supposed to do when he can’t find one he likes at his local mall? That’s right, he makes his own!
I recently used zazzle.com to make some cool Linux T-Shirts for my own use. When my friends saw me wearing them, they wanted to buy them too. So, I released my Linux T-shirts to the public. Check out my Linux T-shirts at my Zazzle store.
If you decide to take a whirl at making your own shirts, please be respectful of others’ intellectual property and either make your own graphics, use graphics that are in public domain or get the permission of the creator. For example, according to Larry Ewing’s website, he grants you permission to use the Tux logo as long as you acknowledge both him and the GIMP.