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Help realise The Digital Streetpaper

Street papers exist to help homeless and vulnerable people earn a dignified income.

Here’s an idea to help digitise the Big Issue. The digital street paper will be accessed by purchasing a printed coupon, sold by vendors and offered as an online alternative to the printed magazine, at the same cover price.

This is the first Kickstarter project I’ve supported, in part because of my association with the people behind it. Davie Craik, of Bright Signals has been working on this project, and my boyfriend’s company, Inner Ear created the video working with the very talented Andy Brown.

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From the world’s first street magazine in New York City, street papers have grown to become a global movement against social injustice, with 122 editions now being published in 40 different countries.

This worldwide family is joined together by the International Network of Street Papers, which helps street papers share knowledge, skills and technology.

There are various opportunities for supporting this project through crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter, including original artwork by Edinburgh based, Tommy Perman.

You can see more on the video below and show your support at:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1882811473/the-digital-street-paper 

Help realise The Digital Streetpaper

Street papers exist to help homeless and vulnerable people earn a dignified income.

Here’s an idea to help digitise the Big Issue. The digital street paper will be accessed by purchasing a printed coupon, sold by vendors and offered as an online alternative to the printed magazine, at the same cover price.

This is the first Kickstarter project I’ve supported, in part because of my association with the people behind it. Davie Craik, of Bright Signals has been working on this project, and my boyfriend’s company, Inner Ear created the video working with the very talented Andy Brown.

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From the world’s first street magazine in New York City, street papers have grown to become a global movement against social injustice, with 122 editions now being published in 40 different countries.

This worldwide family is joined together by the International Network of Street Papers, which helps street papers share knowledge, skills and technology.

There are various opportunities for supporting this project through crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter, including original artwork by Edinburgh based, Tommy Perman.

You can see more on the video below and show your support at:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1882811473/the-digital-street-paper 

Help realise The Digital Streetpaper

Street papers exist to help homeless and vulnerable people earn a dignified income.

Here’s an idea to help digitise the Big Issue. The digital street paper will be accessed by purchasing a printed coupon, sold by vendors and offered as an online alternative to the printed magazine, at the same cover price.

This is the first Kickstarter project I’ve supported, in part because of my association with the people behind it. Davie Craik, of Bright Signals has been working on this project, and my boyfriend’s company, Inner Ear created the video working with the very talented Andy Brown.

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From the world’s first street magazine in New York City, street papers have grown to become a global movement against social injustice, with 122 editions now being published in 40 different countries.

This worldwide family is joined together by the International Network of Street Papers, which helps street papers share knowledge, skills and technology.

There are various opportunities for supporting this project through crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter, including original artwork by Edinburgh based, Tommy Perman.

You can see more on the video below and show your support at:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1882811473/the-digital-street-paper 

Help realise The Digital Streetpaper

Street papers exist to help homeless and vulnerable people earn a dignified income.

Here’s an idea to help digitise the Big Issue. The digital street paper will be accessed by purchasing a printed coupon, sold by vendors and offered as an online alternative to the printed magazine, at the same cover price.

This is the first Kickstarter project I’ve supported, in part because of my association with the people behind it. Davie Craik, of Bright Signals has been working on this project, and my boyfriend’s company, Inner Ear created the video working with the very talented Andy Brown.

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From the world’s first street magazine in New York City, street papers have grown to become a global movement against social injustice, with 122 editions now being published in 40 different countries.

This worldwide family is joined together by the International Network of Street Papers, which helps street papers share knowledge, skills and technology.

There are various opportunities for supporting this project through crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter, including original artwork by Edinburgh based, Tommy Perman.

You can see more on the video below and show your support at:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1882811473/the-digital-street-paper 

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