Thursday, June 25, 2009

Giving the Shirt a Chance!

Make sure you keep track of our T-post TV. This is merely the beginning..

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Issue 46 - Designed by Lovisa Burfitt

If there ever was a perfect t-post designer, it would be Lovisa Burfitt. For over a decade, she’s been doing the kind of ”limited edition illustrated t-shirts” so common in fashion today. Lovisa started her career in Stockholm over ten years ago, but in 2002 she relocated to Paris where she’s now running her own fashion label as well as working as an illustrator for a number of prestigious clients. Her illustration style in general and graphic t-shirts in particular have inspired a whole generation of up-and-coming illustrators and designers (as well as a few copycats along the way…).

Image from and copy from T-post neckprint by A.W.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Concerning the latest issue


Just to clarify the print on the latest issue. The copy is mirrored and printed on the inside of the shirt to create a vintage look from the outside. And to pick up the vintage feeling of cassette tapes. So no, your not suppose to wear it inside out. We're sorry if it was a bit confusing since the issue is delivered inside out.

/T-post team

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

The Chad!

Just wanted to tell you guys that we now got a new member of the T-post family. And his name is Chad Rea. I've been searching for years to find the right person to help introduce T-post to the U.S. market. And when I found him, it was in the most obvious of places. Amongst our subscribers. Chad has the perfect background and experience to help bring T-post to the next level.

Welcome Chad!

Image from his private stash.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Issue 46 in the Making

We're proud to announce that the next issue is going to be designed by one of the most talented and interesting people in fashion today. So stay tuned for more updates..

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

A Word From Our Subscribers


Thanks for the email. I'm not sure why the credit issue has happened, but I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for providing me with a great service for the past 1.5 - 2 years (not sure how long its been!). T-post has always sent me really cool shirts that have always been a topic of conversation when i've worn them, which have then enabled me to discuss the import topics depicted in the shirts. You have a really great and exciting product.

Having said that, I would like to cancel my subscription - and my reasons are 2-fold. I will share them with you in case you are interested in the feedback.

The first reason is simply that I can't really afford it anymore, due to the exchange rates and foreign transaction fees the t-shirts are costing me more than double what I can buy one for locally - and for a while that was OK, but times are a bit tough for me personally so I have to pull back on my spending a bit, and this seems like a natural place to start.

Secondly, I have to admit that I have been a bit disappointed with a few of the recent designs (the green shirt, and the clown) - with emphasis on the most recent - the noose. I was actually offended by it, I feel that in this country it has very real racial connotations and I would never feel good wearing it in public. Regardless of the artists intention it just wasn't tasteful in my eyes.

That's all, and I understand everyone has personal tastes and I'm sure there is someone that complains about every shirt - and I don't want to complain, its just that combined with my financial situation its not gonna work out for me for now - so please cancel my subscription.

As for ideas for the future - I always thought that it might be cool if each designer came up with 2 or 3 ideas and than the subscribers got to either vote for the one they liked - with the winner being printed - or just select 1 from the possibly choices. That way a designer can still be given his or her inspiration and then people that wear the shirts can still have some say in what they receive - just an idea!

Good luck!

Please let me know if there is anything else I have to do to cancel my subscription.

Thanks for the good t's

Matthew J Braley

Friday, May 15, 2009

T-post in The Wall Street Journal!

I have finally found the reason I need to start dressing up like Charlie Cheen in Wall Street. Read the whole article online or in the paper version of The Wall Street Journal.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Sweden's Socialistic Nightmare

Where the Wild Things Are

With fear and delight I've been following the progress of one of the most interesting projects since The Lord of the Rings. My all time favorite children's book Where the Wild Things Are is going to be a motion picture, directed by non other than Spike Jonze.

On paper this looks f**king awesome! But since the stakes is to possibly ruin the best children's book ever written. The stakes might be too high.

So I'll put the call
to Spike on hold for a while, on the matter of doing an issue for T-post, until he's proved that he can do it justice. Meanwhile why not go to the source, and give Maurice Sandak a call..

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Monday, May 11, 2009


We've had some initial problems with American Apparel not delivering the T-shirts on time. But now everything is back on track and all issues are on its way to you as we speak. So you can start checking your mailbox by the end of this week.

Sorry about the delay. But I think it'll be worth the wait. ;-)

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Artist T-Shirts From Around the World

A great place to get to know new artists and find strange stuff is Try it out, you wont be disappointed.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

The Fabulous Esra!

The fantastic Norwegian illustrator Esra Røise (the designer behind issue 40) just got featured with our illustration in YCNs recent book. The book displays creative people from around the world. Good job Esra!

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

It's a Swedish Thing!

Volvo just released there Magazine LIV. It's distributed to all Volvo owners in the world (1,5 million in 75 countries). In every issue they have a section called "It's a Swedish Thing!" where they highlight something interesting from Sweden. This issue they've highlighted T-post. I might just have to get a Volvo now..

Friday, April 24, 2009

Test Print

The test print went fantastic. This'll totally be our best issue to date. ;-) To not keep you totally in the dark, this is a picture of the guy who's behind the design for this months issue..

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Shout About the Things You Love!

This is one of the nicest ideas I've seen in a long time, It's designed to allows you to root for products you think deserve to succeed.

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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Issue 45 in the Making

We just finished the print for the May Issue. It looks fantastic and I'm super exited to make some test prints on Thursday!

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Good Ideas Really DOES Grow on Trees!

There are some innovating idea makers out there. Check out T-media and Tee Sub. Definitely something to consider..

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Thursday, April 9, 2009

T-post as a Gift!

There's been a lot of people wanting to by T-post as a gift for a friend. We're working on a new and easier way to do that. But in the meantime here's what you do.

You sign up on our web page under your friends name and size using your credit card. After you've done so you e-mail us at telling us how many issues you want him or her to receive. After that we'll take care of everything.

Easy as pie!

Wednesday, April 8, 2009


I just found a new place on the map that I never knew existed. It's a place called Macau! It lies on the western side of the Pearl River Delta. If that tells anybody anything? It's one of the richest places om earth and they have a population of about a half a million people. And we have one of them in our T-post family. That's so cool! I'm going, there's all it is to it!

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Jeremyville, Solo Show in Milan!

One of our favorite designers (issue 27) Jeremyville just opened a solo show in Milan. If you have the chance go see it. The show Opens April 7th, 630pm at Area B Gallery, Milan, Italy.

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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

David Foldvari is a Genius!

Here's our latest issue (no 44), Death Penalty Economy Measure. Designed by David Foldvari. It's amazing in it's simplicity. Thanks David for a job well done!

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Tending to the Next Generation

I've been at home for two days now tending to my two year old daughter Sigrid that's been sick. Because of that I've been running behind on answering e-mails. I want to apologies for that. But hopefully everything will be back on track by tomorrow. She's feeling much better.