Ever since I read David Robert's article about #ElectrifyEverything, I've wanted to make a T-Shirt.
Roberts talks about how the only consensus for moving to renewable energy and off fossil fuels is to electrify everything: houses, cars, trucks, planes, factories, etc.
All of those are looking possible (even planes!) Our specialty is houses. We've removed 5 gas meters so far with 3 more coming in the next few months.
We want #ElectrifyEverything to become a slogan. So I put together a T-Shirt you can order. Or a hoodie. They are print on demand, so they're not particularly cheap. (I make $5-7 each, full disclosure.) Thanks to my talented wife Rachel Adkins for designing it. I chose decent quality shirts and hoodies.
I'm really just messing around with this, so I'll likely take this post down in a few months. If you want one, get it now.
If you want to make one for your own brand, the file is below.
Want one? Order one. Any color you want as long as it's black.
Fair warning, the payment service I use does not send shipping notifications.
If you don't have it in 3 weeks, reach out. Kindly don't bug me until then. (firstname.lastname@example.org) Mine came in 11 days.
Want to make your own #ElectrifyEverything T-Shirts?
Let's make #ElectrifyEverything a movement!
Here's the #ElectrifyEverything file if you want to customize it with your own brand. It's a hi-res print ready Photoshop file. I'm giving permission for reuse with modification. You could use Printful.com like I did. Like I said, this is an experiment.
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