Listening to someone endlessly drone on about how well read they are is annoying, especially if that person is you, and all you can talk about is the shifting paradigm of current family structures woven into The Berenstain Bears. For tees that do the talking for you, check out Out of Print
Just dropped in Chi, OoP's striking out on a mission to honor great novels through fashion, dropping a cornucopia of iconic original cover art from a who's who of notables onto distressed, broken-in tees treated to feel "soft and worn like a well-read book", so go ask your granddad what one of those is like, he'll feel useful. Freshly featured titles include the first edition, psychedelically colored, text-based One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest; an eerie watercolor depicting the killing of the sow from a 1962 Lord of the Flies; and the idyllic, evergreen-flanked cabin from an early printing of Walden, a real-life area on which Don Henley keeps asking everyone to Take It Easy. Further action's drawn from a faded image of a guillotine surrounded by an angry mob from a 1961 A Tale of Two Cities, an early UK release of Catch 22 claiming "read it ... and you'll never be quite the same again", and Sal and Dean hovering outside a Jazz joint from the first British edition of On The Road, but thankfully not The Road, as few are hep to the smell of spit-roasted babies
They're also doing good beyond simply clothing you, partnering with Books for Africa to send one tome to an under-served community for every tee purchased, meaning when you start BSing about the epistemological implications of a family of bears, they'll know you're lion.