Give a man a t-shirt, and you'll clothe him for a day -- teach him how to t-shirt, and you have clothed him for a lifetime. For a steady catch of shirty bounty, hit Artcotic.com.
Based in America's culture capital (Salt Lake City), Artcotic releases at least three new artist tees per month, each in limited-edition, 500-or-fewer runs that're both reasonably priced ($25-$30), and sturdily constructed (180-gram cotton "not nipple" tees -- sorry Kim Cattrall). Designers range from concert-poster god Frank Kozik to David Slade, director of 30 Days of Night and Hard Candy -- perfect for wearing on dates with impossibly witty 14-year-olds intent on precociously slicing off your penis. Subscribers get an exclusive e-newsletter providing advance warning a week before the shirts' arrival in-store; the first 50 responders can preorder, provided they meet the stringent membership requirement of "signing up for free".
Anyone can submit their own work for Artcotic's ongoing design competition, with the winner getting their shirt printed, plus $1500 -- which will clothe you temporarily, though if they really cared about you, they'd teach you how to start a t-shirt company flush enough to throw around $1500 every month.