Urban Pamphleteer is produced by the UCL Urban Laboratory in collaboration with Central Saint Martins Graphic Communication Design. The series is edited by its founders Ben Campkin and Rebecca Ross and designed by Guglielmo Rossi.
Urban Pamphleteer was Mag Culture's Magazine of the Week, 19 March 2015, being described as 'arresting' with a 'shimmering' design, and praised as a publication that 'encourages urban interaction between the streets, the buildings and the people of a neighbourhood'.
Back issues and stockists
Print copies of Urban Pamphleteer are stocked at the UCL Urban Laboratory, contact details below, as well as the following bookshops and libraries:
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If you have an idea for a theme for a future issue of Urban Pamphleteer we'd be pleased to hear from you. Please send us a maximum 1-page A4 proposal, stating the overall topic, and a list of the proposed content, to the email below.
Pricing and donations
We’re keen to follow in the spirit of the first pioneering pamphlets and to distribute issues of Urban Pamphleteer widely for free or at an affordable price. In order to make that sustainable, we are asking readers to donate. All money raised will be used to offset production costs. Please donate here. Back issues are available to read on this website or you can pay what you can to download individual PDFs or a full set, or purchase hard copies from our stockists, where still available in print.
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Urban Pamphleteer issues have been produced with financial support from UCL Grand Challenges, UCL Urban Laboratory, the Central Saint Martins Graphic Communication Design Programme and Restless Futures project fund.
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