Veni Vidi Vici on American Apparel – $10 [Submitted]

by CJ on January 10, 2011

Introducing Robert Gould‘s, Veni Vidi Vici t-shirt design. In May of 47 B.C., Caesar informed the Roman Senate of his victory over Pharnaces of Pontus near the town of Zela by writing, veni, vidi, vici: ‘I came, I saw, I conquered’.

This design is printed with water-based inks on American apparel garments and are only $10 each. Many thanks for your interest.

Veni Vidi Vici on American Apparel

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[Andy: Thanks for the submission CJ, an American Apparel tee for $10 is a pretty good deal!]

This post was submitted by CJ.

  • chris

    This is a nice shirt but for the love of god people please stop selling tee’s so cheap! This is not aimed just at Robert. American apparel tee’s are $17 from the store with nothing on them. Selling your art/tee’s so cheap hurts us all. Your shirt is worth more than $10


  • CJ

    Hello Chris,

    We are fairly new to the t-shirt world and $10 is a promotional price to get our name and product out there. That said, this will not be the only, or last, $10 tee we offer!

    Many thanks for posting, Andy!


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