Hack A Day Shirts At Defcon


We’ve printed [John Keppel]’s winning t-shirt design. They’ll be available for purchase in the vendor area at Defcon. If you’re at the con, pick one up because we don’t have any plans yet to distribute them online. We will have a small number of women’s tank tops as well. See you there!

53 thoughts on “Hack A Day Shirts At Defcon

  1. I am unable to go to Defcon and do not have any mnoey at this time and REALLT!!!!!!!!!! do want a shirt.
    Is their any way I can work it off by working on your site or doing something for you so I can get one?
    I am disabled and cannot work.
    I have been following your site for a very long time.
    I will only ask this once.

  2. ok, i made my own t-shirts for the star trek opening, it’s not that hard. bonus was that 4 of my friends, my 2 daughters, and i got to see the movie for free by giving the manager one too.

  3. @eliot: I get that you guys are into hacking, not online t-shirt sales. But if you could find a good t-shirt site to manage selling these for you, that would rock. Money is tight, so no defcon for me this year.

  4. if anyone has a copy of the image, there are quite a few DIY screen printing options around (instructables – get it before they go pay for access) – if enough people are willing to pay for the shirt+ shipping, somone could pump out a few hundred in a weekend or two and make some profit off of it…

  5. Hey i live in New zealand and before that i lived in the uk.

    I have bean fallowing the site since page 2.
    however i am une able to attend defcon ether so it would be grate if i was able to bey a shirt.

    I understand there would be a large cost in producing the shirts for a small number of people but if you are selling them at defcon what stocks you have left would you be able sell them on the site.

  6. I actually do have the original image, of course, but it’s Eliot’s choice to make them available. Not to mention, the odd format of my print (off center, on bottom) limits how many printing options you have.

    I’m sure if enough people come looking for it at DEFCON, they’ll take the opportunity to distribute online.

    For now, potentially, think of the DEFCON shirts as the “early adopters” reward.

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