How does it work?

Take a look behind the scenes

From shirt design to happy fan

Quality products

Already got an idea of what your want? Great! We can get your merch printed and ready for sale. Do you need input on design and products? We´ll fix that too. The Robot team of product developers is ready to work with you to make your stuff.
In many cases we also work alongside professional designers who have created artwork and design for many of Norways most famous acts. The apparel is sourced from brand clothing manufacturers like Russell Athletic, Gildan and Fruit Of The Loom. All the printing sites are approved for labour welfare and ethical manufacturing.

And of course, we won't send anything into production before you are 100 % satisfied with how it looks. And your merch WILL kick ass!

Webshop

Artists who sell merchandise need to have a webstore that is easy to use and looks good. Robot Merch will make such a webshop for you, the same way as we have done for artists like Razika, Highasakite, Tønes, Jaga Jazzist and Fjorden Baby!, to mention some. The Robot Merch webshop solution works on all platforms, and is easily integrated to your Facebook profile, band webpage etc. No fancy stuff, just a very nice and handy webshop!

No more hassle

Teaming up with Robot Merch means that your merchandise details are dealt with by professionals. So what does that mean for you? Well, here´s how it works: We´ll have a meeting. We´ll make a plan together for your merchandise strategy. We´ll make a deal. And hey, that´s it really! We take care of production, handling, your webshop, your sales, the paperwork, and the storage. You work with us on marketing and getting your products visible on social media. And if you´re going on tour, let us know how much merch you feel like bringing with you! In some cases we even provide an on tour service with a dedicated merch sales team. It´s that easy, really. So what´s the catch, then? Nothing, really. However we don´t have the capacity to work with everyone who asks us, which means we are focusing on artists who have (or are about to have) a fanbase big enough to generate a little bit of sales.