Is there anyone on earth who doesn’t have a T-“shirt in their dresser, the classical and unmistakable cotton shirt with a round neck, short sleeves, and straight cut? It was the item of clothing worn by American soldiers and sailors beneath their uniforms during the First World War. Then it was adopted by manual laborers and farmhands. Beginning in the 1960s, the T-“shirt increasingly became a billboard on which to place slogans, jokes, famous sayings, illustrations, famous paintings, humor, social or political commentary, company logos, and commercial names.