It may be Halloween, but we’ll try not to scare you off with this month’s eclectic round up of street paper covers from around the world.
In the final instalment of our series of vendor profiles looking back on the memorable moments of 2017, Strassenkreuzer vendors Günter and Marco go into detail about how their year went.
As 2016 nears its end, Straßenkreuzer vendor Steve hopes that the new year will be defined by social justice instead of terrorism.
“Strassenkreuzer is a great magazine and I think it’s terrific that everyone can contribute in their own ways to the success of a social magazine,” says vendor and sales director Karlheinz.
August’s street paper covers have the Olympic spirit, featuring ‘cuddly lawnmowers’, a homeless wedding, Steven Spielberg, and a cheeky little bit of rickrolling.
The editor of Nuremberg street paper Strassenkreuzer reflects on a whirlwind three days in Athens: “Celebrating this fantastic and inspiring family is a must… even if heads were left spinning, languages were muddled up, nobody could concentrate and there was lots of sleep to catch up on!”
As the Global Street Paper Summit 2016 came to a close, 100% of delegates were inspired, and would recommend the summit to other street paper staff.
From music festivals and fundraising albums putting vendors in the spotlight, to fresh approaches to securing them full time employment, our Best Project finalists reflect the extraordinary innovation and creativity our street papers are known for worldwide.
Delegates from 10 countries are already registered to attend the international gathering of street papers in Athens – the only event of its kind in the world.
INSP supports more than 100 street papers across the world. Here are a selection of our favourite international covers over the last month…
German artist Winfried Baumann aims to make a bold statement about homelessness by blending art, architecture, fashion design and social activism.