It seems the artist has been feeling neglected, the last 10 years or so were devoted primarily on database design, object oriented programming, workflow design and algorithmic efficiency, the deep minutia of software engineering. The artist however has been able to come out from time to time, as I sit at my computer desk writing code, in the form of fast sketches of shapes, image, slogans and the like. I got in the habit of rending many of the sketches and slogans into graphic designs which were then uploaded into my current online hang out spot , Facebook (trying to get numeroom integrated in there some how..I know, I know) Often the designs I create are inspired by conversations that I have with my friend online and off, I have a veritable gold mind of cheeky comments, geeky statement that create images in my head that I then rattle off in the graphical tools of my choice. I have always disliked the idea of wearing other peoples designs when it comes to t-shirts, or graphic tees as they are called now, and since I can create my own designs I decided to open a t-shirt store to sell many of the images I've done and that people have asked about putting on products.
All of these designs are now available for purchase in multiple colors and sizes at the really cool site: spreadshirt.com. I looked over the many sites that now specialize on allowing designers to place their work on various products to sell and they provided the ease of set up and freedom from design theft that many of the other sites force on their designers. Head over to Geek Varietees and browse the designs, I am creating a new design roughly every week and I will be retiring old designs after a number of sales so act on the ones you like while they are still available.