The year is 2022.

Digital platforms have taken over as content sources of choice for the majority of audiences all around the globe.

Youtube in particular has enabled viewers to watch highly specific content and channels, and creators to make a living with multiple sources of income, such as ad revenue and subscriptions.

Beyond Youtube, creators have found even more ways to earn with their channels implementing the power of print-on-demand services widely available.

In this article, we’ll take a look at 11 of some of the best examples of Merch stores by content creators.

  1. Dr. Disrespect
  2. Kurtis Conner
  3. Eddy Burback
  4. Iron
  5. TimTheTatman
  6. Lauren Hom
  7. Ninja
  8. Danny Gonzalez
  9. Mr. Llama
  10. HybridCalisthenics
  11. BroScienceLife

Before we jump into the list, check out our recent program for Content Creators here:

1. Dr. Disrespect

The 2x back-to-back champion is one of the most well-known content creators and has developed his brand around his persona. His fanbase, the Champions Club, is known for its support and the very concept of being a member of a club provides opportunities to sell products deeply related to the Doc. His brand is all about 80s action and his iconic red and black color palette. Get a better idea by looking at retro merch designs.

Dr. Disrespect Merch store: (built with Shopify)

Dr. Disrespect Champions Club

2. Kurtis Conner

The Canadian comedian started his YouTube channel in 2014 and hasn’t looked back ever since. With a following of almost 4M subscribers, his content focuses on commentary on popular trends and films. Kurtis uses Shopify as his eCommerce platform for both his tour tickets and his apparel collections.

Kurtis Conner’s shop:

Kurtis Conner ecommerce

3. Eddy Burback

Eddy Burback

Eddy Burback is a YouTuber and Twitch streamer who creates commentary videos about a variety of topics. He leveraged his success into a well-designed apparel eCommerce for his Yikes brand, built on Shopify. He often promotes his products in his videos and includes the brand on flags and what he’s wearing.

Check Eddy’s shop:

4. Iron

Iron is one of the most hard-working Warzone streamers, usually clocking around 20 hours per stream. His dedication and style of gaming have earned him the love and respect of many followers, allowing him to grow into a full-time content creator in a few years. It was only a few months ago since he announced his rebranding followed up with a line of game related apparel and accessories.

Check out Iron’s store, built with WooCommerce:

Iron ecommerce

5. TimTheTatman

TimTheTatman is one of the biggest names in streaming and has been around for over a decade. After tremendous success on Twitch, he made a move to YouTube streaming and completely rebranded himself with new aesthetics and style. Besides his partnership deals, he has his own Merch collection built on Shopify.

Visit TimTheTatman’s store:

TimTheTatman Merch

6. Lauren Hom

Lauren Hom

Lauren is a designer and hand lettering artist from the US with years of social media presence under her belt. She’s always been devoted to helping others through online courses and her blog, and over the years she developed other ways to monetize her talent, namely a store with courses, journals, and other resources.

See more of Hom Sweet Hom:

Hom Sweet Hom shop

7. Ninja

Tyler Blevins, also known as Ninja, one of the most popular Fortnite streamers, also underwent a rebrand recently and used his store as a platform for promoting this new look. While met with mixed reviews, it remains a good example of how stores help leverage a brand.

Check out Ninja’s products here:

Ninja ecommerce

8. Danny Gonzalez

Another YouTuber similar to Kurtis Conner in his approach and content, Danny has over 5M subs on his main channel, and videos consistently above 1.5M views. His shop has dozens of different products to choose from, most of which are about his brand and fanbase, who he calls ‘Greg’.

Check out Danny’s Shopify store:


Danny Gonzalez merch

9. MrLlamaSC

Alex is one of the most beloved Diablo 2 speedrunners and has a faithful following on multiple platforms, mainly Twitch and YouTube. His store is built on StreamElements and that’s why we wanted to feature it here as an alternative to the most popular Shopify and WooCommerce.

Visit MrLlamaSC shop:


Mr. Llama Shirt

10. HybridCalisthenics

Hybrid Calisthenics

Hampton is the gentle fitness instructor and content creator behind HybridCalisthenics, one of the fastest-growing fitness channels in recent times. His message of positivity and long-term fitness is further voiced on his beautifully-designed merch.

Visit HybridCalisthenics’ Bonfire store:

11. BroScienceLife

BroScienceLife is a YouTube comedy channel based on the gym culture from a ‘gym bro’ perspective through the eyes of Dom Mazzetti, a ‘bro science’ expert. BSL’s merch is all about gym puns and jokes, some of which are based on Dom’s exuberant personality. This is a good example of products created around content.

Visit BroScienceLife’s store here: (Shopify)

Dom Merch ecommerceHow to pick the best print-on-demand platform for you

As you’ve noticed by now, most of the stores we showed you are built on Shopify, and the reason for it is because it allows you to fully customize your eCommerce storefront in ways that other POD platforms don’t allow.

We made an article about how to choose the best print-on-demand platform which you might want to check out.

How to create your own merch products

Using a t-shirt maker is the fastest and easiest way to make a quality merch design without needing additional software or previous design experience.

Try out this t-shirt maker for free, see how easy it is!

Once the design is done, mockups are the best way to showcase product designs.

Using a mockup generator is a great shortcut to quickly set up a store by choosing the mockup of your preference and uploading your chosen design.

By using these online design tools, any creator can make their own store in a flash.