THE WORLD’S FIRST WEARABLE TED X TALK
Every month thousands of subscribers around the world are pulling the latest issue of the lifestyle magazine T-post over their heads.
”Reinventing the magazine” – The Wall Street Journal
”Awesome” – Time Magazine
”One of the world’s best independent magazines”
– Print Is Dead. Long Live Print
When T-post released the world’s first wearable magazine 10 years ago the media traction it created was tremendous. This month’s issue of T-post is a collaboration with TEDx Umeå and will be the world’s first wearable TEDx talk. ”We’re so proud to be a part of TED. Our talk will be released at TED X Umeå the 11th of May to the 400 attendees at the venue along with T-post’s subscribers in over 50 countries.” – Says Peter Lundgren, Founder of T-post
Outtake from T-post's TEDx talk: Aurora Borealis
Nature invented evolution, she’s the big ass mama of all trends – no media twat could ever argue with that. So to truly understand what’s hot and what’s not, return to the home of cool and innovation. Getting out of the city is the new luxury! [Read the whole TEDx talk here]
T-post’s TEDx talk will also include an exclusively written song by one of Swedens most talanted and talked about rappers right now, GONZA-RA called - Aurora [listen to the song here]
At the time of writing, 123 issues have landed in thousands of mailboxes; from the American west coast, through the northern suburbs of London to Tokyo’s hipster block Shimokitazawa as the costumers are located in over 50 countries. With its roots in the northern part of Sweden and classic street wear culture, T-post has done collaborations with legendary brands like Staple and Alife, and legendary personalities like HAZE and Ricky Powell, together with a long list of artists and designers around the world.
Price Subscription: 33 EUR/issue [worldwide shipping included]
Price Single Issue: 44 EUR/issue [worldwide shipping included]
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Peter Lundgren, Founder and Editor-in-Chief
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