I seek quality and as such, I won’t offer anything on Stickmanonstone.com that I would not purchase myself. With that in mind, I spend a great deal of time looking for high quality materials and offerings from various locations, vendors and artisans.
Consider T-Shirts – I could have chosen far cheaper blank shirts, but personally, I prefer to spend a bit more on shirts that don’t fall apart after several washes. The printing process is another aspect that I chose not to skimp on. Silk-screening is not the most cost-effective process any more, but it is better than some of the less expensive options and the results are excellent.
I choose local small businesses whenever possible so I can meet and get to know the people I’m working with. For instance, I am in the process of establishing relationships with local artisans to create unique crafted items such as hand thrown coffee mugs.
Finally, I welcome suggestions from everyone. If you have an idea for an image, item or anything at all, please use the “Contact” link and send me your thoughts.
I chose PayPal as the payment option for Stickmanonstone for a couple of reasons:
One – PayPal is secure. Also, as is the case with most other payment portals available, you are offered an option to create an account for future use and the process of making a purchase is secured by the PayPal site. No one, as far as I know, is required to create an account. In my experience EVERY payment portal does this.
Second – The Thunderbolts Project reach is global. PayPal is widely accepted around the world. There are many other alternatives, certainly! However, in my research, I’ve found that in order to offer Stickman on Stone products to the widest audience, I needed a mature, widely accepted option.
Stickman on Stone
Stickman on Stone was started as a result of my interest in all things Electric Universe and Thunderbolts Project. I thought that, in addition to books, I would also like to have other items to reflect the movement’s symbols and imagery – items that might start a conversation about the Electric Universe and the Thunderbolts Project.
I started with a single t-shirt design – Peratt Squatter & Rock Art. Over the past few years I’ve added a handful of shirt designs, bumper stickers, accessories and books. It’s been an interesting project that continues to grow and change. With your help, we can get the word out to more and more people.
I truly hope that you’ll enjoy the items I have to offer here. Please, send feedback and ideas to consider for future items!
/David Harrison – Electric Universe Enthusiast