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Well, market forces and technology changed everything in the ensuing years. Between the release of Star Wars in 1977 and the first sequel, Mann had learned how to hand paint his own of Star Wars shirts, an endeavor which presaged his creation of an entire line of Star Wars shirts for women, men and everybody else in more recent years.

And by the time of the release of Return of the Jedi (a shocking six years after Star Wars; it was originally going to be called "Revenge of the Jedi" and released in 1980), video tape was making it's impact all across America.

This was a miracle for movie geeks of all stripes. People were theoretically able to own their own copies of Star Wars movies and watch it whenever they wanted, in the comfort of their own homes!

Star Wars Shirts for Women, Boys, Girls, Men and Other Humanoids of the Galactic Empire!

Whether you're a gungun (sorry) or a wookie, a Jedi or a bounty hunter, or some other spacefarer, we've got cool, funny Star Wars shirts for women, boys, girls, men and everybody else. Even ewoks!

If THE FORCE isn't with you... then THE FARCE almost certainly is! Mann knows this all too well from personal experience...

Storm Trooper aim is notoriously bad. Either you can't see anything outta those helmets or the sights are off or...? 

Of course, this was pragmatically impossible for most, as actually buying commercially recorded movies in those days was prohibitively expensive. Getting your hands on movies was what the local video store was for.

Parenthetically, this was a time of great panic for the movie business, as it was believed that "home viewing" would kill theaters. The studios clearly did not believe in The Force. 

The Market Force. 

The same fears were floated (even more so) when DVD arrived. Ironically, overall, the new technologies actually increased public interest, gave the studios a means to monetize their enormous back catalogues (which had never really existed before), and in general, made the studios more money, and more consistent money, too.

Instead of living and dying by their latest films, the big, well-known studios had a source of ongoing revenue. Who knew that video tape would force them to change their business model – kicking and screaming the entire way – to something even better?

The relentless march of technological progress would continuously bring the price of actually owning a movie down. The arrival of video disks, followed by DVDs and then Blu-Ray, made it possible. But streaming services and ultimately, video on demand, have made owning a movie unnecessary.

Taken together, it all ultimately spelled the end of that favorite fixture of American life, the video store, for good. Yes, kids, another whole business category wiped out by time and technology.

The trip to the video: Besides the movies themselves, you could get all kinds of cool, fun stuff, from popcorn and snacks, to movie memorabilia like posters, figurines, plush toys and Star Wars shirts for women, men and other space beings. Alas, no mas.  

For Mann, the "Star Wars experience," such as some have characterized it, was profound. Luckily (or maybe unluckily, depending on how you measure it) our young artist came of age when George Lucas' fervid imagination and blockbuster films were a powerful force on both the culture and the collective imagination.

For a young lad like Mann, it's all inextricably tied to seminal life events, like graduations and girlfriends, first jobs and cars, the early phases of adulthood and the departure from childish things. To some extent, anyway.

Not to mention a line of Star Wars shirts for women, men, kids and other bipeds. 

The girlfriends, the cars, the jobs – even most of the buddies are vanished to the mists of time – but the love of Star Wars lingers on. It probably always will...

Formative Life Experiences: Girls, Cars and Star Wars (Not Necessarily In That Order)

For one movie to be readily viewable at the local theater for an entire year, when most movies were gone in, at best, a month or two, was quite the thing. Two years earlier, another one of Mann's formative favorites, Jaws, had had crowds lined up around the block too.

It was, for a few short years, the biggest blockbuster of all time, and the one by which everything else was measured. In fact, the term "blockbuster" was put into common use by the long, box office busting run of Jaws. But the lines and showings faded out within a few months. Star Wars seemed to go on forever and ever and ever...

If you wanted to see Star Wars in the summer of 1977, you got used to lines like this. And you also realized you were not going to meet any girls in line, either...

Mann and his friends joked that Star Wars would be the first movie in history to be showing everywhere, forever, on continuous loop...

The ubiquity of the film meant young dorks like our insane genius could see Star Wars multiple times over a period of many months. Being a teenager then, he was old enough that he didn't have to drag anyone along with him, either. 

Young Mann saw Star Wars over 30 times – quite a few times by himself – during that year long period. It got to the point where he could recite entire sections from memory! And he would have seen it more but, sigh... allowance only went so far.

Most of his family, of course, thought he was absolutely insane – an opinion that many still hold. And perhaps he was. He had no inkling back then, as a budding artist, that his "insanity" would hold him in good stead, and that one day he'd work on Lucasfilm projects as a professional, or design funny Star Wars tshirts for other fans decades later.

Cosplay? Maybe. But fan boys? Clearly, yes! This line is probably for Return of the Jedi in 1983, but it shows the kind of fanatic dedication to Star Wars found in those days (note E.T. tshirt in background; the film came out in 1982.)

Despite it all, Mann's final watch tally paled in comparison to that of other even more hard core devotees (i.e. other young lunatics). He later had a frenemy who bragged about seeing Star Wars over 100 times during that same period. Now that, Mann commented recently, tongue in cheek, "seemed a tad bit obsessive."

But given the time, it was understandable too.

If you were a dork in those days, you knew you might never see Star Wars again till your kids were in college, and all you would have to go by was your old, worn-out Star Wars shirts and fond recollections. It was best to top off the memories as much as possible, as they were all you would have for many years to come.

A few years later, Mann's chief interest was his unrequited love for the prettiest girl in school and somehow acquiring wheels that didn't have to be pedaled (so as to impress said girl, among other things), but his passion for Star Wars never wavered...

And it led, eventually, to his series of Star Wars shirts for women, boys, girls, men and wookies. But not ewoks. Oh no. NOT ewoks!

Some Guys Get "The Force" – Other's Get "The Farce" – And It Is With Them, Always...

Mann shudders when recounting all the different ways he has "bought the whole farm, manure and all" more than once, and is sure the evil genius behind it all, George Lucas, has laughed all the way to the bank – repeatedly!

There were the innumerable versions and editions of the Star Wars saga, on tape, video disk, DVD, Blu-ray... not to mention all the other related memorabilia... many thousands of dollars worth, at least...

The three young stars of Star Wars, with imperial escort (or perhaps chaperone), unaware of what the future will bring. For years, Harrison Ford seemed embarrassed by his role (he doesn't look too happy here), but went on to great stardom. Poor Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher (RIP) were forever typecast, though she seemed to suffer the most from it all, at least personally. They all look as if Mann's funny Star Wars shirts for women, men, storm troopers, etc. might have cheered them up, but we'll never know... 

Today, Mann's enthusiasm for Star Wars has waned considerably; the inevitable result of the distance of years, decades of life experience and, as Mann is pained to say, what he would consider very bad creative choices made by Lucasfilm over the course of time.

Many highly personal Star Wars-related memories, good and bad, which we've only touched on here, don't change his fundamental love for the pastiche science-fantasy universe of George Lucas. Which probably explains, despite it all, why he's created his archly funny line of Star Wars shirts for women, children and aliens (as long as they are bilaterally symmetrical, anyway). 

Yes, it's difficult to feel great affection when still smarting, decades later, over the existential and unforgivable threats of so-cute-I-might-puke ewoks and an entire race of Rastafarian gungans, or forgive such transgressions. It may even explain his "The Farce" series of tees, and other somewhat caustic, satirical Star Wars-inspired designs. But despite it all, the unrequited love lives on...

Or maybe Mann's just fixated on getting back at George Lucas for "the slight" all those years ago. But that's a long Seinfeldian tale of bitter Hollywood resentment and revenge, better left for another time...

Star Wars Shirts for Men Women Kids | Memories of Star Wars 2

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Star Wars Mania...

Though Mann is now producing Star Wars shirts for men, women and kids today, he wishes he was of age and owned a tshirt printing press back in spring of 1977! 

Within a few months of it's release (May of '77), by the summer of that year, the movie was playing widely across all of Southern California, and you didn't have to go far to see it. For example, it was running continuously at a shopping mall not far from Mann and his friends, which made it possible for them to see it over and over and over again...

People went crazy for Star Wars. The "movie for kids" enchanted nearly everyone. Even "mature adults" came to see it time and time again (though many would not admit it at the time).

It's hard for a lot of people to imagine today, but Star Wars played theatrically across most of North America for OVER A YEAR! It was unprecedented at the time, and still represents a phenomena which will almost certainly never be duplicated – if for no other reason than we live in a time wherein movies are available for view weeks after release, which means nobody is ever going to stand in line like that again. 

Star Wars Shirts for Men, Women and Kids

The new and not so new. Mann's Han Solo title/logo parody shirt was inspired by the recent release of the movie by the same name. The jab at THE FORCE goes way back. Don't like the bad pun which lead to THE FARCE line of shirts? Then blame Mann's dad, who was a notorious punster and infected the young artist's mind at a very early, impressionable age. 

In space, noone can hear you, well... it's Han Solo's dirty little secret! Don't tell Princess Leia...

THE FORCE has Awakened if you're a Jedi in training. Otherwise, you're a schlub like Mann and get... THE FARCE!

It's really amazing when you think about it. Even six months after it's premiere, you could say: "Hey, I wanna go see Star Wars," and it was not impossible. Believe it or not, it actually ran for years before closing!

You could get in your car – or, if you were Mann and his friends, hop the bus or deploy the ten speeds – and go to the not-too-distant metroplex. Odds were it was still playing in the main cinema, too.

And if you were particularly sneaky, you could even figure out a way to see it several times on the same day. Not that we're saying Mann did such a thing – just that it was theoretically possible!


There was one constant though, for many months: you didn't go to the movies on a Friday or Saturday night, because of the damn lines for Star Wars!

More of the crowd thronging Grauman's Chinese Theater during the premiere of Star Wars. In the background is the famous Roosevelt Hotel, where many a dignitary and star has stayed down through the decades. Marilyn Monroe is said to still reside there. Spooky, right? Notice that there are few females in this shot – no doubt indulgent moms curious to see what the Star Wars hubbub was all about. 

During that long, hot summer of '77, Mann would drag everyone he knew to see the movie, including his "very boring, conservative parents," who didn't quite know what to make of the film or, it became increasingly clear, of him.

His father, he later learned, had at least some basis for understanding the film, having read the pulps as a kid. But as for his poor sainted mother... well, let's just say she thought The Wizard of Oz a bit too bizarre.


By comparison, Star Wars was a personal affront and attack on all that was sacred and holy and... well... just... normal.

Formative Life Experiences: Girls, Cars and Star Wars (Not Necessarily In That Order)

For one movie to be readily viewable at the local theater for an entire year, when most movies were gone in, at best, a month or two, was quite the thing. Two years earlier, another one of Mann's formative favorites, Jaws, had had crowds lined up around the block too.

It was, for a few short years, the biggest blockbuster of all time, and the one by which everything else was measured. In fact, the term "blockbuster" was put into common use by the long, box office busting run of Jaws. But the lines and showings faded out within a few months. Star Wars seemed to go on forever and ever and ever...

If you wanted to see Star Wars in the summer of 1977, you got used to lines like this. Such were not, however, a great place to meet girls. This was long before there were many fem nerds. Snif. It was a fine place, however, to display your Star Wars shirts for men, because it was men and only men who were buying such stuff!

My friends and I joked that Star Wars would be the first movie in history to be showing somewhere in every big town, on continuous loop, forever. For a long time, it seemed like this might turn out to be true!

The ubiquity of the film meant young dorks like our insane genius could see Star Wars multiple times over a period of many months. Being a teenager then, he was old enough that he didn't have to drag anyone along with him, either. Young Mann saw Star Wars over 30 times – quite a few times by himself – during that year long period.

It got to the point where he could recite entire sections from memory! And he would have seen it more but, sigh... allowance only went so far.

Most of his family, of course, thought he was absolutely insane – an opinion that many still hold. And perhaps he was. He had no inkling back then, as a budding artist, that his "insanity" would hold him in good stead, and that one day he'd work on Lucasfilm projects as a professional, or design Star Wars shirts for men, women, kids and generally decades later.

Cosplay? Maybe. But fan boys? Clearly, yes! This line is probably for Return of the Jedi in 1983, but it shows the kind of fanatic dedication to Star Wars found in those days (note E.T. tshirt in background; the film came out in 1982.) Notice: Still no girls here! 

Despite it all, Mann's final watch tally paled in comparison to that of other even more hard core devotees (i.e. other young lunatics). He later had a frenemy who bragged about seeing Star Wars over 100 times during that same period. Now that, Mann commented recently, tongue in cheek, "seemed a tad bit obsessive."

But given the time, it was understandable too. 

If you were a dork in those days, you knew you might never see Star Wars again till your kids were in college, and all you would have to go by was your old, worn-out Star Wars shirts for men and fond recollections. It was best to top off the memories as much as possible, as they were all you would have for many years to come.

Memories of Star Wars...

Now, for the kids out there, if you didn't know already, this was an era (gasp) some years before video tape, a decade before CDs and decades before movies on demand. There was no Blockbuster or Netflix.

The way it worked back in those days was (gasp) – when a movie closed, that was it! Period. It was gone, for all intents and purposes, forever. You might… I say, might… pick it up at a film festival or possible revival some years in the future.

You couldn't realistically expect a mega-hit like Star Wars to be on TV any time soon. I mean, we're talking years. So…

Fuggedaboudit. 

Back in the day, all you had was your memories and the Star Wars shirts for men, women or kids, posters and other memorabilia you might have acquired along the way.

An industry unto itself: Star Wars memorabilia, and the enormous fan base devoted thereto. We don't know who this dude is, but he could well be one of Mann's even more insane-than-he-is friends, who take "fan boy" to a special level of obsession. This could also be Mann's aforementioned frenemy (callout box above), who as a kept man these days has little more to do than spend his allowance on toys. If you DO know this fellow or anyone like him—dorks who apparently must own anything and everything Star Wars—Mann begs you to point him (or her) towards his Star Wars shirts for men (or women)!  

Now Disney was known, in those days, for doing what other studios generally did not do. That being, re-releasing their classics every five years or so, so that every age group would have fond memories of Cinderella and Bambi, and be sure to bring the next generation a few iterations down the road.

Mann remembers sobbing, as a very young boy, during one such re-release of Bambi!

And it was all damn smart marketing, of course. But nobody had any expectation that 20th Century Fox would do the same with Star Wars, so it was imperative for the devoted fan to see it as many times as possible during it's initial (and likely only) run.

Twentieth Century Fox, which had financed the film against all advice (despite the fact that it was made on a shoe-string budget of $11 million), was making huge bank

And George Lucas, who had somehow managed to retain full rights to the merchandizing, was making huge bank too – on Star Wars shirts for men, women and kids, and on toys, models, posters, books, etc.. That's an oversight Fox lost millions on, to which I say: Good for George Lucas! 

The Big D would later buy out George Lucas and Lucasfilm and end up owning not just one but two of the greatest movie franchises of all time – Star Wars and Indiana Jones, and revive their theme parks with these two brands. 

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Funny Star Wars Shirts & Tees for Men, Women & Kids | Memories of Star Wars

If you're looking for original, unique, attractive, one-of-a-kind funny Star Wars shirts for men, women and children, you've come to the right place. Our chief designer and creative force has been a Star Wars dork for decades, and it's reflected here in some of his humorous, satirical designs for the genre.

But wait, as they say, there's more! Yes, Mann has more such work soon to be available. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy what you see here, and like it enough to share it and even buy it (hint, hint).

So Many Funny Star Wars Shirts—So Little Time...

Below are two of Mann's most popular designs. One is old, the other new, both are funny Star Wars shirts! There are more at the store. Buy one, buy all! Check 'em out!

The original Mann STAR WARS parody piece, from a long time ago...

Join the Imperial Storm Troops and see the galaxy... if you live that long!

A Long Time Ago, In A Movie Theater Far, Far Away...
Or, How It All Began for Mann.

Our resident artist was a lucky kid. Even though his parents worked in more or less mainstream professions, he had friends whose parents were employed in Tinsel Town. Through these connections, he sometimes got advance information on upcoming movies, and even the chance to see them before anybody else.

That same year, he heard about Star Wars through another young friend whose mother worked in "the biz." He was able to see advance press materials on it, and even got his hands on a limited edition full color promotion package, which he cherished for years and which would probably be worth some very nice coin today, if it still existed (sadly, it was lost long ago). 

Later, he heard more from another kid whose father worked on Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and who saw to it that our young artist got to tour the production offices (an experience so powerful and formative, it may well have changed Mann's life and career path (and arguably, not for the better)).

Not only would there be no funny Star Wars shirts without the eponymous movie, there might not have been an artistic career for Mann in later years (which, arguably, would have been a good thing ).

To our young artist, Close Encounters looked pretty cool... but nothing, seemingly, could compare to Star Wars. And then, somewhere along the way, seeing one movie or another, Mann experienced the first trailer for what would become his favorite movie of all time (at least for many years), and that was that! 

Star Wars was the film by which all others would be measured. Mind blown, for the young man interested in both movie making and stories of wonder, the wait for the film's arrival was excruciating torment, exacerbated by growing media interest and endless teasers, of one form or another, showing up everywhere.

The young Mann was among the first owners of Star Wars shirts in all of Los Angeles, including one with the old, disused early-version logo and another with the infamous Brothers Hildebrandt poster, long since fallen away to dust.

The Premiere of Star Wars, Mann's Chinese Theater Hollywood, CA 1977

Not only did Mann see Star Wars long before most of America did, he owned plenty of funny Star Wars shirts before anybody else, too.

NOTE: "Funny" in the sense that many of them were unofficial bootlegs  from which George Lucas made no money. Poor George: he must have really suffered. But every dog has his day; in 2012, he cashed out a billionaire with a billion in Disney stock. Boo hoo. 

Hollywood Blvd. and Mann's Chinese Theater, the way it looked, May 1977, during the opening days of Star Wars. Notice that the crowd is so big, it has spilled out onto the main drag. Unfortunately, none of them as yet could get their hands on funny Star Wars shirts like the one's Mann would later create. But look closely! Somewhere in there may well be the young Mann and his friends...

More importantly, however, Mann was lucky enough to see George Lucas' epic at the world famous Mann's Chinese Theater during it's opening week in... OMG... wait for it... May of 1977! Yeah, like we said: A long time ago...

To be clear, the Mann theater operation had absolutely nothing to do with the young artist who would later be known by that same moniker (though he wished then and still does that it did). It was, in retrospect, just a strange coincidence. And it didn't help in any way with obtaining tickets!


However, in perhaps an even stranger coincidence, it would be some years later that in a t shirt shop literally half a block from Mann's Chinese Theater, our artist would sell his first caustically funny, satirical t shirt designs, including the first of his funny Star Wars shirts!

One Star Wars T-shirt Which Led to A Lifetime of Funny Star Wars Shirts...

To say that Star Wars was an international hit and global cultural phenomena would be the understatement of all time. It was so big, it spawned everything from the obligatory Star Wars tshirts and posters, to toys, lunch boxes, collector cards, comic books, calendars, etc., etc., etc..

Like many of us, Mann wishes he'd A) kept his memorabilia, and B) kept it in primo shape. It would be worth a small fortune today.

Mann's first "movie t-shirt" was also his first official piece of Star Wars merch. It was the now world-famous painting by the great Brothers Hildebrandt, who would later go onto much fame, fortune and glory, and serve as ongoing artistic inspirations for the young Mann.


Their shirt was only the first of many Star Wars shirts, but by far not the last.

The pre-release original Star Wars promotional poster, painted in 36 insane hours by the Brothers Hildebrandt, who would become major artistic influences on the young Mann. He also wore out his shirt with the same artwork… three times!

The Night After Opening Night...

Mann had to stand in line just like everybody else. The only saving grace was that the line standing began on a weekday afternoon when demand, while still high, did not necessarily require camping out.

For those unfamiliar with such ancient rites, in those days of yore, weeks worth of showings were not sold out in minutes online. Once upon a time, you actually had to and could show up at the box office, wait your turn and secure some tickets. It made ticket sales considerably slower, and actually gave the little guy a fair break. 

But of course, in the Empire, we can't have that!

Anyway, people who were willing to put in the time and burn a little shoe leather (or tennis shoe rubber, as the case may be), actually had the advantage back then. Imagine that. Some even wore funny Star Wars shirts in line, like Mann would later do when Phantom Menace came out. But that's a different story... 

Mann's Chinese Theater – but not Mann's – the way he remembers it from the Star Wars release period (1977), as seen from Hollywood Blvd.

Unfortunately, Mann didn't get to see Star Wars opening night. Snif. But he did almost as well. School was winding down and the parents of friends who understood the nearly out of control excitement of their son and his friends (Mann foremost among them) arranged to take the group for a showing on day two of it's run.

Mann was just a young kid then (as opposed to an old one now), and otherwise pretty mature for his age. But leaving the burbs and going to Hollywood to see the film on a big screen with great sound – the day after the big premiere, no less – was almost more than he could stand. The entire experience left an indelible mark on his psyche, soul and sanity which impacts him to this day.

And little did he know he'd one day be making funny Star Wars shirts for men, women and kids and selling them on... what? The inter-what? 

Anti Trump Poster – Funny Donald Wanted – Old West Dead or Alive Style Poster Art

It's the Anti Trump Poster in the Old West Wanted Dead or Alive Style!

It's the Anti Trump Poster if the Old West Wanted him Dead (or Alive), featuring our modern-day #MAGA/mega criminal president. Soon to be seen on post office and police department walls throughout the land—and possibly around the globe! 

Well, one can dream, right?  

It's less than a month till we are rid of Donald Trump (at least, his foul presence in the people's house), and things are going about as I expected.

Between trying to stage a half-baked, half-assed coup to undo the election he got clobbered in (committing new crimes along the way, naturally) and fretting about the myriad of legal entanglements sure to tie him up in court for years to come, he needs to start thinking about a time in the not too distant future in which he might well be a wanted man.

(NOTE: Be sure to tell Donald that in this kind of "wanted," it's not because most of the public (and that subset of the larger public, women especially) like, admire or are attracted to him. It's NOT a good thing. Given that he's not very bright, and tends to hear what he wants to hear, it's important he understand the distinction here.)

With thoughts of such a blessed day, with Donald on the run from John Law—and while watching TOMBSTONE for the umpteenth time—inspiration suddenly gelled, and hence the artwork was born! 

Truth to tell, I've been pondering some kind of Anti Trump Poster/Donald Trump Poster (Wanted Dead or Alive for Treason, etc.) art for some time now, but the impulse to do it hit hard as I was preparing the latest #MAGAfiles entry. Why in particular? Well, read the entry for December 21 to fully understand. 

Here's a one word clue: coup. 

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#DonTheCon(man) or #DonTheCon(vict)? Donald Trump Poster, Wanted for Treason and More!

My bet is that, if things get hot enough, ol' Donnybrook hightails it to a foreign shore where there's either no USA extradition treaty, amenable locals, or both.

In the meantime, he's just begun the expected pardoning spree, preamble to blanket pardons for his entire crime family, and possibly even himself. But because all things in this universe must eventually attain cosmic balance, he's executing scores of federal convicts in an unprecedented display of unnecessary cruelty (a Donald Trump speciality) to achieve cosmic harmony. 

Well, either that or he's just a ginormous suppurating asshole.

Whether this particular state murder-for-pardon gambit works out or backfires remains to be seen. One must never forget the Trump Axiom, for which much historical precedent serves as proof of it's veracity: Everything Trump touches turns to shi*t!

BTW, every claim/assertion made in the Anti Trump Poster/Donald Trump Poster is buttressed by facts and strongly supported speculation.

Still, it's just for fun, and on a few minor things here and there, I could end up wrong. For instance, tax evasion, listed on the wanted poster, would seem to be a pretty likely crime in #DonTheCon's CV.

Why? It's pretty well understood that Donald has been receiving millions of rubles from Russia, and very probably washing them too, over a period of decades. This probably explains how his stunningly unprofitable enterprises somehow stay afloat, via an international banking institution known as the world's most friendly bank for criminals and one of dirty money's biggest laundromats. Deutsche Bank, in other words.  

Speaking of which, in yet another "interesting coincidence," his long-time private bankers at the firm suddenly resigned today. One might think that it has something to do with the fact that after years worth of court battles, the bank was recently forced to hand over it's Trump-related records to authorities. 

But maybe not. Time will tell. So if you take exception to some aspect of my Anti Trump Poster/Donald Trump Poster aka my Trump Treason Old West Wanted Poster, try not to blow a gasket, OK? 

NOTE: There's some pretty funny, sly lil digs at ol' Donald in this art—if I do say so myself—so I strongly suggest you ZOOM IN in order to see 'em. 

The Anti Trump Poster/Donald Trump Poster Perfect for Your Jail House Wall. Merch It?

Would you like to see this Anti Trump Poster/Donald Trump Poster on merch of various kinds, like a poster, mug, t-shirt or other kind of merch? This "Old West Poster" would be seen everywhere if Wyatt Earp were in charge.

If so, then PLEASE let me know! Leave word in the comment section below and tell me what kind of products you'd like to see.

I am dithering on whether to make this into a poster/wall art ASAP, and other kinds of merch are up in the air. 

NOTE: Poster prints will have a signed/numbered option, as well as an option to buy matted and framed. Unless there is YUGE demand, the "limited edition" signed version will be 20-25 prints. Again, if you are interested, PLEASE let me know..

Here's the skinny: setting any piece of art up for actual POD (Print on Demand) production requires hours of work, and I'm not keen to go through all that in order to sell three tees of the damn design. It's just not worth the aggravation.

Finally, perhaps most importantly...

If you find my Anti Trump Poster/Donald Trump Poster amusing, then PLEASE SHARE IT with others!!! Every bit of exposure (and traffic) really helps. Such efforts ARE greatly appreciated!!! .