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New AMO t-shirt design chosen!

Congratulations to Erick León Bolinaga, whose design was chosen by the community to be printed on the new AMO developer t-shirt. Erick has been a Mozilla contributor for 8 years and is the co-founder and leader of the Mozilla Cuba community. He says:

“It was a pleasure to participate in this contest. I would like to thank Mozilla for making this participatory. I would also like to thank all the community members who voted for my design. The biggest reward will be seeing the design printed on t-shirts for add-on developers. They have contributed in making Firefox the best browser ever.”

Big thanks to everyone who submitted a design, and congratulations to the two runners up, Avishek Gangopadhyay and Drack Wave.

And here is Erick’s design!


To qualify for a shirt, you must be one of the following:

  1. A developer with an add-on listed on AMO
  2. A developer with an add-on that is not listed on AMO, but is signed
  3. A background theme designer with 10,000 or more users

If you pass one of these qualifications, please sign up here to reserve your shirt! The deadline to sign up is Weds, July 8, 2015.

The shirt will be printed after the deadline, and we’ll start mailing them out in August.

Thank you to everyone who participated!

17 comments on “New AMO t-shirt design chosen!”

  1. Rob3rt wrote on

    Great and simple design… Putting the name of Cuba in high…

  2. bub wrote on

    do it works if i submit an addon now and get it signed or put on amo by then ? 😉

  3. Ken Saunders wrote on

    It’s a clever and very cool design.
    I love it.

  4. Viswaprasath wrote on

    This is awesome. And congrats.

  5. Ruby wrote on

    Hi ,
    may i know if this t-shirt could be sent to worldwide like Taiwan?
    thank you

    1. Amy Tsay wrote on

      Yes, it can be sent internationally as long as it’s a country that allows it.

  6. Chris Tomlinson wrote on

    Any chance you could post a size guide?

    In my experience S-XXL ranges are a pretty meaningless measurement of size, especially across international borders.


    1. Amy Tsay wrote on

      Hi Chris, they will be American Apparel shirts, and here is their size guide:

  7. EliuX wrote on

    Well done on putting out the cuban developers potencial 😉

  8. me yeu con wrote on

    may i know if this could be sent to worldwide like Viet Nam?

    1. Amy Tsay wrote on

      Yes, we’ll ship internationally!

  9. Eduardo wrote on

    Hello, I’m a Mozilla User since 2009, I made a them a lot time ago, but…
    I live in Cuba and i would like to have a Mozill T-shirt. How could I get it?
    Thanks for your time!

    1. Amy Tsay wrote on

      Hi Eduardo, this link will tell you if you qualify: It might be tricky to ship to Cuba, but we’ll figure something out. First check to see if you qualify for a shirt!

  10. Shing Lyu wrote on

    I submitted. But I think I choose the wrong size. Is there anyway I can change it before shipping? If it’s already shipped then it’s fine.

    1. Amy Tsay wrote on

      We haven’t ordered the shirts yet, so you can change your size! What would you like it to be?

      1. Shing Lyu wrote on

        I believe I ordered unisex S, but actually I need unisex M.

        Thanks a lot! The US t-shirt size is different from Taiwan.

        1. Amy Tsay wrote on

          You had ordered a Men’s L–I’ve changed it to Men’s M 🙂