I've been thinking about making some sort of merch to sell through the website, just for fun. Potentially, I'd like to release small batches of various things periodically, and I figured I'd start with a few buttons. Buttons are cheap, they're easy to ship, and you can put 'em on anything. These officially licensed pieces of Transit Interface flair look great on denim and will have you lookin' like a baller while you're cozy in your apartment sippin' macchiatos.
Made by hippies in Branford, CT from 100% post-consumer recyclable materials using U.S. made button machines in an environmentally friendly facility. (I didn't even make that up, it's the truth.)
All 3 designs are available now in the newly opened Transit Interface General Store. Shipping is free if you know where to find me! I posted them up in the store last night, and a lot of them are already spoken for, so move quick if you'd like any! A very small batch was made of each design, so availability is quite limited.
Each order will receive a hand written note and a dumb drawing. Willing to take requests for the drawing.
More photos and descriptions below:
After a grueling night of bike polo, it became customary for us to head over to our favorite local pub, where Tyler would by us a round of Celebrator Dopplebock's in "celebration" of a good night of poloing. The bottles include a small plastic goat which hung around the neck by a red string. After consuming, we would attach the goat to our saddles by the string. Members of our "crew" came to be identified by the saddle ornament, and prior to initiation, the phrase "Put a goat on it!" would be exclaimed in the presence of a bare saddle. Whether you're a fan of the Dopplebock or not, if you wanna be cool you'll put a goat on it! And yeah, it's a Portlandia reference..."