It's tempting to show how well-read you are by bragging about it in bars, but that inevitably leads to getting pwned by Matt Damon and having him subsequently taunt you from outside a Dunkin' Donuts. Better move, rocking literary tees from Tee Library.
Created to help you remember the books you've read, TL is a clever new line of Korean graphic tees whose images, words, and designs are inspired by classic literature and timely non-fiction, and whose collectible packaging is designed to look like an antique leather library book replete with a one-page insert that tells the shirt's story, although you'll probably just wait until they make it into a movie. Well-known fiction derived tees include Portrait Sculpture by Socrates, a blue crewneck illustrated w/ a stone bust of the philosopher sticking out his tongue; a white short sleeve depicting an ominous and top hat-clad Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde over Stevenson's words "All human beings are commingled out of good and evil"; and the grey heather Under the Sea which features an illustration of Jules Verne sitting atop his yellow submarine 'Nautilus' above the phrase, "19,999 leagues under the sea", most likely after having made the common mistake of forgetting about the WNBA. If you're more about interpreting the non-fiction, there's Addiction, a black cotton crewneck that illustrates three addicting substances (Caffeine, Morphine, Nicotine) in a Venn diagram; a brown tee with the scripted words "light" and "shadow" digitally printed on metaphorically opposing black/white paint splotches; and a shirt featuring a naked woman formed out of smoke billowing from a cigarette, called My Anti-Drug, which the shirt's creator was clearly not hooked on.
Other TL designs include a Gulliver's Travels-inspired two-sided drawing (head on the front, feet on the back) of Lemuel being tied down by the Lilliputians, and a yellow short sleeve with a straw hat-wearing farm boy screaming "Wolf!", which is yet another tale Matt Damon probably memorized just to bang your girlfriend, Minnie Driver.