2019 Hidden City Fund Drive Perks

Donate $25–Philly Postcards Sixpack 

Each postcard says “Philly” in a different way. Please note: The image shown here is a compilation of all six images. You will receive separate postcards of each.

 

 

 

Donate $50–Hidden City 2020 Insta-Calendar

Our annual Hidden City calendar is an 8×8-inch cutie with all the images taken from our Instagram feed. The photos by Michael Bixler, Nathaniel Popkin and Brad Maule are  pretty and gritty (or both)–just like Philadelphia.

 

 

 
Donate $60–NEW! Manhole Covers of Philly Poster

36 of Philadelphia’s finest manhole covers. Interesting individually, fascinating in aggregate. Measures 18×24. Printed on glossy, 100 weight book stock. 

 

 

 

 

Donate $100–NEW! Hidden City tote bag

You may have a lot of them but few are as sturdy and capacious (18” × 16” × 3”) as this one. Fit for groceries! Screen printed in South Philly. 

 

 

 

 

Donate $125–Manhole Cover Coasters

Incredibly accurate renderings of four familiar Philadelphia manhole covers etched in cork here in Philly at NextFab by Jason Lempieri, a contributor to the Hidden City Daily and founder of RethinkTANK. The very definition of a conversation piece!

 

 

 
Donate $150–Skyscrapers of Philadelphia

Hidden City’s custom reprint of this late 19th-century lithograph. We love this image for the detailed renderings of some of our favorite Philadelphia buildings, and for the measuring stick running up the right side of the print. Measures 18×23, printed on matte heavyweight paper

 

 

 

Donate $200Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City

Written by Hidden City Daily co-founders Nathaniel Popkin and Pete Woodall, and photographed by one of America’s most lauded architectural photographers, Joseph E.B. Elliott, Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City is a portrait of one of America’s greatest and yet least understood cities. Rather than a nostalgic elegy to loss and urban decline, the book marks Philly’s vivid layers and living ruins. Hardcover, 200 pg. Temple University Press, 2017.