Round up: 10 ingenious newspaper designs

Fresh flowers newspaper designed by Itunube. Printed by Newspaper Club

With the London Design Festival in full swing, we’ve rounded up 10 of the most ingeniously designed newspapers we’ve printed. From flowers that won’t wilt to a shoe-drying kit – these are the projects that made us rethink what a …

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Newspaper Club back-to-school offer for Cass Art Student Day

Cass Art fine art supply London

We’re celebrating the start of a new academic year by partnering with Cass Art, the UK’s leading independent art supply store and purveyors of our favourite back-to-school staples.

Shiny sharpeners? Clothbound sketchbooks? Origami paper for productive procrastination? They’ve got …

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Exploring migration through Polaroid portraits and paper boats in Another Crossing exhibition

Another Crossing exhibition at Murmurations Galllery

This month, we’re proud to sponsor Another Crossing, a joint exhibition from photojournalist Giovanna Del Sarto and artist Bern O’Donoghue exploring challenges faced by refugees and asylum seekers.…

Newspaper of the Month: Full English

Sam Walker captures classic cafe culture in his photography series Full English. Printed as a digital tabloid newspaper by Newspaper Club.Full English digital tabloid newspaper by photographer Sam Walker

Our Newspaper of the Month for August is Full English, a thoughtful study of London’s cafe culture from photographer Sam Walker.

“I love cafes because of what they’ve seen,” …

Congratulations to our #summerofprint winner!

Summer of Print entries

Last month, we partnered with magazine gurus Stack for a contest celebrating print. We asked you to share an image you’d put on the cover of a publication about your summer and tag it with #summerofprint. …

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New lookbooks peek behind the scenes of TINCT’s leather craft

Newspaper lookbook for TINCT luxury leather handbags. Available at their pop up shop in London, September 1 -10, 2016.
TINCT lookbooks designed by Sam Moppett and Marcel Kane of King Henry London.

It was a cat that introduced Rosie Broad of TINCT to her love of leather craft.

“I was absolutely stumped on what to give a friend for her …

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Meet Damp Squib: An interview with the GSA Comix Club about their shape-shifting zine

Issue 3 of Damp Squib by Glasgow School of Art Comix ClubIssue 3 of Damp Squib from the GSA Comix Club

Damp Squib is a shape-shifting comic zine that changes theme, format and editor each issue. Published “sporadically” by the Comix Club at the Glasgow School of Art, Damp Squib brings together …

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Lucy Payne captures warmth and character in her illustrations of strangers’ kitchens

10 Kitchens illustrated newspaper by Lucy Payne10 Kitchens by Lucy Payne

You can learn a lot about a person from their kitchen. That’s what illustrator Lucy Payne came to understand after creating several studies of her own kitchen. “I realised what a personal and unique domain …

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New sample newspapers are here!

New sample newspapers from Newspaper Club

Today we’re happy to launch our brand new sample newspapers.

We realised pretty quickly after starting Newspaper Club that it’s hard to convey all the nuances of printing in words. That’s why we started offering free samples. It’s the best way …

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From wild dogs to rotten apples, Jen Leem-Bruggen illustrates the scandalous 1904 Olympic marathon

Illustrated newspaper about the 1904 Olympic marathon by Jen Lee-Bruggen1904 St. Louis Olympics newspaper by Jen Leem-Bruggen

In August 1904, the first Olympic Games outside of Europe took place in St. Louis, Missouri. This historic Games is perhaps best remembered for its scandalous marathon, which was marked by a series of bizarre …

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