If you are looking for astronomy themed gift ideas, StarGeezerStuff has over 200 items in various styles and colors.
StarGeezerStuff was started in 2016 by John and Laura Verderame as a fun and creative outlet. John is the “stargeezer” of the pair. An avid amateur astronomer for decades, he has owned an array of telescopes and astronomy equipment, enjoys doing astrophotography, and rarely misses being outside on a clear night.
As he notes, “A few years ago my wife and I decided to have a little fun and come up with some astronomy-themed goods, mostly T-shirts, hoodies, coffee cups and posters at the time. We did sell a number of items but got involved in other things and let the business lapse. Recently, due to the fact that our supplier has greatly expanded their offerings, we decided to revive the business and website, have a little fun with it, come up with a few new ideas and start publicizing it more than we did previously.”
The website offers offer T-shirts, Sweatshirts, Hoodies, Coffee Mugs, Mousepads, Posters, Pillows, and Laptop Sleeves and more. As John notes, “We have over 200 items in various styles and colors, all with unique messages and designs on them. Many of the items have an astronomy, science, or inspirational theme – some whimsical, some crazy and funny, some more serious. The stuff is all good quality, not junk! We’ve been wearing some of our T-shirts and using our coffee mugs for years now and they’ve survived many rounds in the washing machine or dishwasher just fine.”
You can check out their full line of astronomy themed gift ideas here.
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