Like a girl at a party when she sees some skank wearing the same dress, man risks the crushing shame of entering a bar only to see some total herb's also rocking his ill Fantastic Four graphic tee, and doing it better. Spare yourself such ignominy, with garb from Finroo.
Launched in January, but only now actually shipping stuff, 'Roo prints user-submitted tee designs in limited runs of 100, ensuring that you'll be the only person in the room expressing your individuality thanks to somebody else's hard work. Any submitted art that passes quality assessment and copyright infringement screening goes up for sale on the site, available on uber-soft bamboo tees printed w/ their run number, and with its relative prominence (or lack thereof) on the homepage determined by a combination of metrics including user votes, total purchases, and page hits, a mind boggling computation that would take hours by hand, but thanks to Fin's supercomputer is now refreshed every 30 minutes. Once a shirt's sold out it disappears from the site, ensuring fresh designs're always getting pushed to the front, and for every tee sold $4 is kicked to the artist, with another buck going to a charity the artist's choosing. So yeah, they get $5.
Fin's jump-started their collection by handpicking graphic design, tattoo, and graffiti artists to submit their works, which include jobs like a grenade w/ a smiley-face pin, a toddler seemingly being eaten by a stroller, and a lone pair of sunglasses, which you'll wish you could pull off and wear once you notice some stud wearing a shirt emblazoned with Fantastic Five.