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How fabulous are these? Out of Print Clothing takes famous pieces of literature and their iconic artwork, and combines them with the fashion staple found in everyone’s closet – the T-shirt. The result, a wearable piece of art. And one amazing gift.
Order the recipient’s favorite book (I know a certain someone who would flip for this Outsiders tee) or the artwork that you think will speak the loudest to its lucky new owner (who wouldn’t love this one, A Streetcar Named Desire, designed by legendary book jacket designer Alvin Lustig, who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright). Me? I will simply die if I don’t add this Pride and Prejudice shirt into my life!
Best of all, hipness comes with goodness! For each shirt Out of Print sells, one book is donated to a community in need through their partner Books For Africa.
Shirts come in sizing for men, women and kids; plus they’ve just added sweatshirts. And each, with this beyond clever tag that looks like an old library card!
Where are you going to find such a cool gift, that gives back too, for just $28?
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