Merchandise

  • “Census” T-Shirt$27

    $27.00 – which also earns you producer credit for 27 frames of the feature-length film Black, 100% cotton featuring the “Lemonade: Detroit” logo on the back and billboard headline on the front. Printed by Progress of Design in Detroit, MI

  • “Shut up and reinvent” Bumper Sticker by Hugh MacLeod"Shut up and reinvent" bumper sticker

    $10 (which also earns you producer credit for ten frames of the feature-length film)

  • Ice Grey T-Shirt With LogoLemonade Detroit Logo T-Shirt

    $24 – which also earns you producer credit for 24 frames (one second) of the feature-length film. Ice Grey, 100% cotton featuring the “Lemonade: Detroit” logo Printed by Progress of Design in Detroit, MI  

  • White T-Shirt With “Shut up and reinvent” by Hugh MacLeodShut Up And Reinvent T-Shirt

    $24 ON SALE FOR 9.99 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. (This also earns you producer credit for ten frames of the feature-length film). White, 100% cotton featuring Hugh MacLeod’s “Shut up and reinvent” design. Printed by Progress of Design in Detroit, MI

  • Women’s Cut “Census” T-Shirt$27

    $27 – which also earns you producer credit for 27 frames of the feature-length film. Silver, 100% combed ringspun cotton, short-sleeves and a longer body length super soft baby jersey knit shoulder taping Printed by Progress of Design in Detroit, MI    

  • Women’s Cut Silver T-Shirt With LogoSIlver Ladies Cut With Logo

    $27 – which also earns you producer credit for 27 frames of the feature-length film. Silver, 100% combed ringspun cotton, short-sleeves and a longer body length super soft baby jersey knit shoulder taping Printed by Progress of Design in Detroit, MI    


 

14 Responses to Merchandise

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  2. Sondra Libro says:

    Good luck Erik. I’ll be sportin’ my T at the gym!

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  4. Elizabeth says:

    I don’t know what the cost is to make various merchandise, but there are little things that might sell a lot….tiny car window decals, lanyards, re-usable coffee cup heat sleeves, etc. I know you’re not opening a store but there are inexpensive items that people use every day that could attract attention.

    • Erik Proulx says:

      You’re right. There’s lots of potential merchandise options that could really help raise money. Working on a few of your ideas as we speak (type).

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  7. Sophie says:

    Can you give a guide as to what the sizes of t-shirts are? I would like to buy one for myself, but I will only wear it (and therefore continue to spread the word) unless its a womans t-shirt cut that fits nicely. Perhaps having them with dress sizes would help shift some more…

    • Erik Proulx says:

      Sophie…I’m in the process of getting a properly fitted woman’s t-shirt in stock. At the moment, we’re looking at this as the cut:
      http://www.bella.com/favorite-tee.html

      Probably will just have a single color with the logo design at first to see how they sell. But a few people have asked so we’re making it available.

      • Melanie says:

        I dig the style you linked to for the women’s shirt. Would love to see it in a darker color than the current ice-gray shirt with the logo, whether that’s black, dark grey or even plum.

        • Erik Proulx says:

          Thanks Melanie. That’s certainly something we’ll be doing in the future. As more requests come in, we’ll be offering multiple colors. Very soon…stay tuned!

  8. Will these frames/seconds of film be combined with original kickstarter backing levels to make a longer single segment?
    Thanks!

    • Erik Proulx says:

      We have never done a kickstarter campaign before. But if you’re already a producer, this will be added to your current amount. That said, I believe the fairest way to handle it would be to give you the frames you bought, when you bought them. So, if you bought, say, a second at the first hour of the film, and then another second around the 90-minute mark, I wouldn’t combine those two seconds congruently. They would be two separate pieces of time within the film.

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