The groovy guys at PrintPressOnline have been kind enough to push the shirts out at the unbelievable price of £4.75 including postage and packaging. Once you’ve re-assembled your lower jaw you can go to here http://www.simons-shop.co.uk/shop/category_2/GCIRC.html?shop_param=cid%3D%26 and equip yourself with the ideal gift for Yuletide for you or your loved ones.
And now, not to be outdone, we have this outstanding upgrade to the design from our kind people in Mumbai, showing that outsourcing to the sub-continent can deliver real added value (which considering how generous PrintPressOnline have been is one hell of an achievement)
and all at the even better price of Rs 300 each. Please contact me with your order if you want one of those. It’s a limited special offer only, but if you convince me you are for real I’ll get you one and you can pay me on delivery.
We also have the option of Red Bubble, which our roving GlobeTroopers have used to get some made.
But it will cost you thrice as much. If you are in the UK for sure, just use Simon and get 3 for the price of one.
Note that neither Red Bubble or PrintPressOnline are collecting money for charity, you’re just paying for the production costs. If you’d like a shirt and haven’t made a contribution to Railway Children then please do so by clicking on this link, but noting is obligatory. I’d be happy if you just wore the shirt to work or to pick the kids up or just down at your local Ruby.
Many thanks to Mark at D-Collective who helped me turn my splodgey concept for a t-shirt into something you can look and feel super cool wearing.
I also should mention Sumo Sam’s here in Reading, who gave me an astonishingly low price, it just wasn’t quite as gob smacking as PrintPressOnline who, like d-collective, are actually old mates.