Last year, Streets Dept launched a Patreon. It’s enabled our biggest fans to support us directly for as little as $5/month. And it’s also enabled us to create exciting bonus content that we’ve never been able to create before—like the first-ever annual Streets Dept Magazine!
The Streets Dept Magazine will be released once annually at the end of each year offering a deeper exploration into some of the year's biggest Philly public/street art names and themes. Inside this inaugural issue are brand-new interviews with three artists who had big years: Sean 9 Lugo, Marian Bailey, and Adam Crawford. We also wrote new articles reflecting on Percy Street and Oat Milk-gate. People have been loving it, and we've been humbled by the response!
Thanks to our amazing Patreon members, we created this publication without the support of traditional advertising. That’s right—there are no ads! It’s almost more like a small book. It’s been super rewarding working on this, knowing that it’s going straight into the hands of fellow supporters of Philadelphia’s public art and public space. All of our eligible Patreon members should have received their copy by now (send us a message through Patreon if you haven’t!)
HOWEVER… due to the fixed quantities available when printing something like this, we have some extra copies! So if you missed our Patreon announcements last year (curse yous, algorithms!) you can still get one now.
We’re selling our remaining copies for $40 each (that includes shipping). But hurry: there aren’t many left!