It’s a success story most of us only dream of: Think up a great idea, build a company fueled by nothing but passion and love of art and humanity, blink and suddenly you’re making millions, without compromising your ideals.

That, apparently, is what happened to the guys who started Threadless. An article in this month’s Inc. Magazine profiles Jake Nickell, college dropout and wildly successful co-founder of Threadless, who stumbled into the twenty-first century’s Utopian business model:

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