Best Christmas gift ever invented being handed out by Two-Headed Santa

pressrelease_xmas (1) Watch the film: T-post as a gift A subscription to T-post is like having a magazine subscription, but instead of receiving a paper magazine every month you receive a limited edition T-shirt. News story printed on the inside and a connecting graphic done by some of the best designers in the world today. T-post could very well be the best Christmas gift ever invented. T-post explained in 2 min: Like any other magazine T-post subscribers don’t know what the story is going to be or who is designing the “cover”. It’s like getting a surprise Christmas gift in the mail every single month. Giving away a subscription to T-post is easy, just head over to and fill in the details together with how many T-shirt’s you want to give away and you’re done. Soon enough your friend, family member or special someone will start receiving their monthly wearable magazine in the mail. About T-post When T-post began in 2004, it started with an idea and a desire to re-wire the structures of normal news communication. They wanted to create a bullshit filter washing news from any unintended or intended bias. And they wanted to do it in a way that would engage as many people as possible highlighting topics they thought needed to be further discussed. “When reading a traditional magazine people tend to keep the news to themselves. We wanted to find a more public way to present our stories. So, we combined them with the best pop culture medium ever invented, the graphic T-shirt.” Says Peter Lundgren, founder of T-post. The T-post subscribers became their walking and talking billboards explaining their news stories in there own words and with their own moral values attached to them, running the T-post stories through their personal bullshit filter. T-post started out by making just 5 copies and distributing them to their friends. From there, the word began to spread and the rest, as they say, is history. Today, T-post is distributed to over 50 countries and has been called “Reinventing the magazine” and “Awesome” by The Wall Street Journal and Time Magazine respectively. A PDF of this release is available here. Please click on the images for print-quality pictures. For high resolution pictures or more information: and Contact: Peter Lundgren, [email protected], +4670 – 227 48 02 Web: Previous T-shirt Issues: Previous designers: YouTube: Facebook: Twitter: Examples of previous issues:,