Opening Olympic gaffe already showing up on T-shirts

He doesn’t figure to get a, uh, ringing endorsement from the organizing committee in Sochi, but a New York ad agency designer appears to be first out of the gate when it comes to poking some fun at Friday’s major malfunction.

When one of the five rings did not illuminate as planned during the Olympics Opening Ceremony on Friday, the proverbial light bulb clicked on over Michael Miller’s head.

Miller quickly designed a T-shirt to commemorate the moment. It sells for $22.95, of which Miller only expects to book a profit of $1.50. He did say on Twitter, however, that he is looking for a worthwhile charity to benefit from whatever cash he’s able to generate.