It brings me incredible joy to write this: The Verge merch store is back. Don't believe me? Just go to store.theverge.com right now and see for yourself.
Today we’re offering about a half-dozen shirt designs as well as 18 x 24-inch poster of E-Waste New York City, which we made for Andy Hawkins’ feature “E-Waste Empire” earlier this year.
Command Line subscribers, look for a discount code in today and tomorrow’s newsletter. If you haven’t signed up already, you definitely should — it’s probably the best email you’ll get every day.
There are a lot of people I want to thank here, and if you’re as happy for this as I suspect you are, you should be thanking them, too. Amplifier has been our partner for printing and distribution, and they’ve been great to work with. From our product and design teams, who put in more extra time than they probably should’ve: Georgia Cowley, Shawn Moriarty, Victor Ware, Courtney Leonard, Krystal Stevens, and Bo Kim. From legal, Brian Leung and I have fast become best friends. On the editorial side of things, James Bareham and Chaim Gartenberg have been amazing. And most of all, a big thank you to Michael Moore, who has been the driving force behind putting all these forces together.
When The Verge turned five earlier this month, we promised that our refresh extended beyond the website itself. Not just off platform but offline entirely (think: events). The Verge store will be updated regularly with new designs and other merchandising. We’re really excited for what we have planned for you next year and beyond.
And now, the FAQ:
Will there be international shipping?
Okay, cool. And what about that shirt Kwame is wearing? I don’t see it yet.
Coming very soon!
Not a fan of American Apparel Unisex shirts. Will you be offering women’s sizes?
Definitely, and also... soon!
If I order today, will I get everything in time for the holidays?
If you live in the US, I’d say almost certainly. More details about peak season shipping can be found at customer service hub.
Okay, cool, thanks.
Is that it?
Yep, pretty much.