The world’s first international news magazine on cotton, T-post is a subscription t-shirt service based in Sweden. Silkscreened onto American Apparel tees, subscribers get a new “issue” every six weeks with a design about a current news item on the outside and a short article on the topic printed inside.
A t-shirt company out of Sweden called T-post is taking the idea of political fashion to a whole new level by creating a wearable magazine. As strange as it sounds, it’s actually a sooper idea that is a perfect fit for those who crave thought-provoking messages and are comfy wearing t-shirts. It’s basically a subscription to a magazine, but instead of slick publications, members receive inspiring current events printed on American Apparel t-shirts.
Inside each shirt is a narrative to represent the image on the shirt. Examples include concerns about the Big Brother effect, water pollution issues, altruism, gun control, or can even just be something funny overheard on the street.
Available worldwide, each edition costs about $35 including shipping and back issues are not for sale—”you can’t go trying to buy one like ‘you was with it way back when’.”
By Vagablond’s Token Well-Read Redhead.