Sortof. We (endpoint and outpost) use Printful for some soft goods. It’s basically a direct fulfillment solution for this sort of thing. We set up the art and options for shirts. You order one. They pull a shirt, print it, and mail it. We collect “profit” after production and logistics costs.
At Outpost we’ve been kicking around the idea of a small ecom only soft goods store for weird stuff that either doesn’t fit the Outpost brand or just small projects like tarckwearTM.
There is some overhead cost associated with setting up and maintaining things, so that’s where it gets sticky. There would have to be some sort of markup to go towards these costs. There is also the subject of accounting, taxes and so forth. It would be easy enough to just have this nest under the Outpost umbrella but I can totally understand if anyone is uncomfortable with a for-profit shop making some profit off the tarck name (as minuscule as it would likely be).
There should probably be a poll or at least some specific discussion on this.
It’s not like I’m going to get rich off this, but trying to have it completely siloed off into its own bookkeeping is absolutely not worth the headache IMO.
It would be cool if in a year the tarck trademark is in it’s rightful hands and this could be handed off to someone who wants to manage it. Or some sort of “licensing agreement” is developed and money could go towards upkeep on the site or just get donated some charity.
I’m open to whatever as long it’s not a big headache or time sink.