Wear a Classic Sci-Fi Book Cover with New Tees from Out of Print Clothing




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One of the great things about working at SciFi Mafia is that every now and then I get an email about a sci-fi related item that I immediately know I must own. And since I feel that way, I expect a few of you do, too, so here’s the info on my latest Must Own:

Out of Print Clothing specializes in tee shirts sporting the artwork from book covers, and now they’ve added a sci-fi collection to their offerings. Even better, they donate a book to a community in need for every product purchased. In addition to the tees below, they have 1984, Slaughterhouse Five, A Handmaid’s Tale, A Wrinkle in Time, and more. Check these out:

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Your favorite literary-inspired collection, Out of Print Clothing, is excited to announce its newest and most intergalactic t-shirt collection of sci-fi classics for both men and women! With extraterrestrial legends, robots, mind control, space travel, and futuristic dystopian themes and characters — Out of Print covers all the Sci-Fi classics.

The collection embraces the genre with t-shirts including “I, Robot” by Isaac Asimov, “The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy” by Douglas Adams, “Ender’s Game” by Orson Scott, “A Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood, and many more.

Out of Print Clothing’s mission is to celebrate literature through fashion and help increase access to books around the world. Working together with Books For Africa, the brand donates a book to a community in need for every product purchased. Since launching in 2010, Out of Print has helped donate 925,000 books to communities in need.

Leighton Meester, James Franco, Ocho Cinco, and many more are huge fans of the brand and its philanthropic ideals!

Out of Print licenses and designs original artwork from iconic literary classics to create unique conversation starters in the form of apparel, tote bags, iPhone cases, stationery items, accessories and novelty gift items. www.outofprintclothing.com

It looks like the shirts may run small, so make sure to double-check the sizing chart before you order. Just think, if you order today, you could get your holiday shopping out of the way before July! Happy shopping!





Erin Willard
Written by Erin Willard

Erin is the Editor In Chief and West Coast Correspondent for SciFiMafia.com