After beating my way through the internet, I stumbled across this site, called “T-Post.” T-Post is a magazine, so to speak, but they don’t publish articles in the way people normally think to publish them (i.e. paper, ink, and a little glue). What T-Post does is it looks for one article every 6 weeks, and then print it on the inside of a t-shirt. They then send the article to famous graphic artists or t-shirt designers, and ask them to design a t-shirt based on their interpretation of the article. The t-shirts are then printed and mailed out to over 50 countries. New t-shirts are sent every six weeks, and costs 19 euros, which is about $27 USD. For more about the site, check out their “about us” video.
They’ve gotten even more creative than that, as of late: Their latest t-shirt design will actually play rock-paper-scissors with you, believe it or not. All you have to do is get to a computer with a webcam, put your shirt on, and a webapp on the T-Post site actually generates a 3D arm coming out of your shirt, which plays against you. Don’t believe me? Check out the video below. It’s arguably the scariest thing I’ve ever seen, yet I want to try it really, really badly.