Introducing the Aardvarchaeology Store


Those free Nigerian scam t-shirts never materialised, but still, the affair prompted me to get some excellent merch art made and set up a web shop. A good thing about this is that now I can offer all three designs submitted by Jim Allen, Stacy Mason and Joe Hewitt!

Dear Reader, hie thee over to Ye New Shoppe and check out the wares! If there’s any item you’re missing and onto which one might conceivably stick the art, then please tell me and I’ll try to add it to the lineup.

Now I want you guys to send me pics of yourselves wearing Aard t-shirts and/or swigging beverages from Aard mugs!


  1. #1 nick
    September 26, 2011

    I bought one of your t-shirts. Cool ! It was the promise of guaranteed salvation in case of any supernatural apocalypse, which sold it. I am hoping it will protect me during the impending global economic meltdown. Who knows, if politicians and economists can’t save us, maybe a pig with a trowel can?


  2. #2 Steve Blowney
    September 27, 2011

    Just in time for my birthday…

  3. #3 Birger Johansson
    September 27, 2011

    If it is based in Britain I assume there is no problem with overseas shipping. I am thinking of purchasing one item for Freeman “lets build a nuclear spaceship” Dyson, and one for Svante “we sequenced the Neanderthals” Pääbo!

  4. #4 Freeman & Svante
    September 27, 2011

    Yes, thank you, and please be quick; we’re shirtless and freezing here!

  5. #5 Birger Johansson
    September 28, 2011

    (OT)Relevant for Swedish museum samples? I recall you have strong opinions on the subject.

    “Aboriginal genome analysis comes to grips with ethics -Sequencing effort provides a model for future studies of museum samples.”

  6. #6 Thomas Ivarsson
    September 30, 2011

    I would like to see an Aardvarchaelogy designed metal detector in the shop!

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