Robot T-Shirt Sale

The son is about to produce a new line of Robot tshirts and bags and as such is having a clearance sale over on my etsy site of last year’s robot designs. While the photo quality here online isn’t that great, these are some pretty sweet one-of-a-kind t-shirts that are left. They include:

2 Robot Buster Keaton shirts in a men’s XL. One shirt’s neutral with black design and the other is black with white silkscreen design.

1 Large Blue Robot with a heat in men’s L. Shirt is neutral; ink is blue.

1 Large Red/Orange Robot in women’s v-neck L. SHirt is heather gray; ink is red.

2 Robot Day of the Dead Skeleton shirts in men’s L. Shirts are black; ink is ghost white.

He’s selling all of them for 9.99 a piece (down from 15).

Diego’s Robot Designs on Sale Here!

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About margaretelysiagarcia

Margaret Elysia Garcia primarily writes fiction, essays and poetry from a remote corner of the Sierra Nevada. She's currently working on a non-fiction book about plus-sized modeling. She's also searching for a publisher for her new collection of stories? Mary of the Chance Encounters. Her short story collection Sad Girls & Other Stories out now on Solstice Literary Press. She blogs here and at Throwing Chanclas and Girl Body Pride. Is a contributor to Hip Mama Magazine. She writes the zine The Adventures of Sad Girl with her daughter, Paloma. She’s a three-time director of the national Listen to Your Mother Show in Plumas County (www.listentoyourmothershow.com). She has an alternative women’s music show Milkshake & Honey on Plumas Community Radio (www.kqny919.org).
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