I am in love with Out Of Print tee shirts. I would own one of each, but I think the hubby would have something to say about that, bugdet-wise. Suffice to say that Out Of Print celebrates the written word with covers of iconic and often out-of-print books. They offer shirts for men,women and children that are soft and comfy. The art-work is durable and first rate. I have owned a tee featuring One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest for a couple of years, and the colors are as bright as ever in spite of a once-weekly assault with detergents and the hazards of a community launderette. Out Of Print works closely with artists,publishers and authors to make sure these attractive and durable works meet all licensing requirements. As if that’s not enough, Out Of Print works in partnership with Books for Africa: for every tee sold, one book is donated to a community in need. Believe me, if you love books, if your special someone loves books, these are a great way to show the love. Literary art evokes a lot of emotions in us bibliophiles, and in an age of uncertainty about the future of book illustration, this is a great way to show those emotions. Share the love. Come into Booksellers and take a walk down memory lane courtesy of Out Of Print books. As Out of Print says in their mission statement,”What’s your Story?”.