Getting what you want direct from the source sounds desirable, but it generally takes too long -- plus, it's entirely possible the CakeFarts.com girl doesn't appreciate housecalls. Now e-facilitating your copping of wearable rarities, Free Gold Watch
SF's underground silkscreeners FGW just launched their much-anticipated webstore, slinging loud 'n clever tees plus streetwear sundries even to those who aren't quite sure where the street is. Fresh tee offerings are all over the place: sporting (Air Jordan executing "Daffy" w/ skis & poles), punnish (marks from various tipped pens on "Pen-Stripes"), and cultural, as with "Corta Espanto", whose imagery's taken from a Mexican soap said to repel demons (you'll probably still want to wash after exorcising). Other offerings: hooded & hoodless sweatshirts bearing stuff like gargoyles and gnar-shredding 80s snowboarders, "La Polea" polos breast-logo'd w/ a bloody brawl between the Lacoste gator and Le Tigre, and simple snap-up, gold watch-stamped "Coach Jackets" (Craig T. Nelson knew what time it was)
If you're looking for alt color schemes, Free's also offering several ("Daffy" in true Jordan red 'n black; "La Polea" in purple) exclusively on the web -- a situation you're familiar with, as there's no one in the White Pages named "Cakefarts".