Today, platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Reddit are completely changing the way streetwear communities function. When it comes to buying and selling, learning, and meeting others, the resources on social media are nearly endless. However, these digital experiences don’t completely fulfill the tactile experience of flipping through a physical magazine or book.
Reddit user and graphic designer Dan Hart-Davies recently produced a conceptual magazine that is a physical manifestation of subreddit /r/streetwear. As part of a university project, the magazine showcases fit pics submitted online by other Reddit users, explores trends like techwear, and includes dissertations on brands like adidas and streetwear founders like Shawn Stussy. On Reddit, the DIY streetwear magazine is receiving thousands of upvotes and positive comments.
You can see the full 92-page publication here.