Out of Print Clothing, the leading literary lifestyle brand known for their book-cover emblazoned goods ranging from apparel to accessories and home/office goods.
As the country slowly lifts quarantine orders, I can’t help but to think about how I used to spend the summer season visiting movie theaters to watch that year’s top horror release.
To celebrate one of America’s seasonal pastimes, Out of Print launched their Stephen King Collection. It features classic titles including The Stand, It, Pet Sematary and The Shining.
The company also has a one-for-one charitable segment: each purchase helps to fund literacy programs and book donations to communities in need.
All shirts are a cotton/poly fitted t-shirt with distressed, softened print. Available in sizes XS – XXL for $30 at www.outofprint.com.
ABOUT OUT OF PRINT CLOTHING:
Out of Print, a one-for-one literary brand that celebrates the world’s greatest stories through fashion apparel, accessories/jewelry, children’s goods, home and office, lifestyle and technology gifts. The brand’s mission: for each product sold, one book is donated to Books for Africa. To date, Out of Print has donated more than three million books to communities in 22 countries. Out of Print was founded by lifelong friends Todd Lawton and Jeff LeBlanc in 2010.
Out of Print’s mission is to celebrate literature through fashion while spreading the joy of reading – – especially to those without access to books. By unearthing and licensing iconic book cover art to tell a story on fashion and lifestyle merchandise, Out of Print has developed a passionate following online and in stores across 80 countries. Celebrity fans include Leighton Meester, Emma Watson and Dax Shepard. Over 700 retailers carry the brand, including Urban Outfitters, J. Crew, ModCloth, and independent bookstores such as The Strand (New York, NY) and Powell’s Books (Portland, OR).