Swedish Collective Create World’s First Wearable Magazine

Swedish Collective Create World’s First Wearable Magazine
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In Sweden, one company has created T-post, which claims to be "the world’s first wearable magazine".

Laura Feinstein
  • 22 october 2009

Everyone loves to get something in the mail. Whether it’s a care-package from Grandma to the newest catalogues of the season, there’s something exciting (even in this era of e-mail and faxing) about getting something through this traditional channel. Today, record labels like Kill Rock Stars still offer mail-order giveaways and packages and in Sweden one company is revolutionizing the way we look at getting our newspaper through the post. T-post, which claims to be “the world’s first wearable magazine” actually prints a relevant piece of news on a limited edition (cozy) cotton T and sends it right to your doorway. How does T-post work?

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