If there were a sartorial symbol of American summer freedom it'd be the cotton T-shirt. They are audacious, cool and comfortable. However, these freedom-fighters can get easily lost and forgotten while piled on top of each other inside a drawer. Any yogi could tell you stories of summoning peace and calm not to go crazy trying to find a T-shirt lost in a messy drawer. Here is an organization tip that will allow you to have a greater visibility and accessibility to all your T-shirts (while at the same time reuse those old bookends left over from the pre-e books era) This is what you need
An L shape bookend. It is amazing what you can organize with items you already own and are not using.
This is what you do
Fold your T-shirts (I know. In order for this idea to work you gotta do some work). Any classic T-shirt folding will work. I like to fold them in thirds, lengthwise as per pictures. Then fold them in thirds again. Nine-fold style. I learned this technique from a pair of twins that are over 6' tall, they should know how to make all their clothing small to fit in a drawer.
Once you have your T-shirts folded, instead of placing them onto each other, stand them next to each other and use the book end to keep them in place. As you can see from the picture, you can now see all your T's at once and the book end will keep them from becoming a mess.