Things Our Friends Have Shot On Flickr

Things Our Friends Have Shot On Flickr
Recently we have discovered a way to print very small quantities of newspapers in black and white. As we continue to explore how people will use Newspaper Club and what you can do with the format we made Things Our Friends Have Shot On Flickr.

Things Our Friends Have Shot On Flickr

The pictures look incredible in this large format, which is Berliner size, the same size as The Guardian.

Things Our Friends Have Shot On Flickr

Thanks to Matt Biddulph, Beekr and Batsax who let us use their wonderful images. More pictures of the paper on Flickr.

In other, less pictorial news, stay tuned for an exciting launch product line up announcement.

Posted by Ben | Comments (6)

Filed under: art, case studies


  1. Fri, 25 Sep 2009 at 9:25 am
    Daniel Weir Permalink

    That looks just great – different to “Things Our Friends Have Written” (obviously I suppose eh ?) but just as good looking. Any chance of getting hold of a copy ?

    DW x

  2. Fri, 25 Sep 2009 at 3:29 pm
    Ben Permalink

    Hi Daniel, we only printed 10 of that one I’m afraid. We gave some to the photographers and we need the rest.

  3. Fri, 25 Sep 2009 at 10:17 pm
    Daniel Weir Permalink

    Fair enough. Lovely idea though – am loving your experiments in ‘post digital production’. I work for a Housing Association and we produce a hideously glossy quarterly magazine for our tenants and I think using something like what you’ve been planning would be wonderful – especially in respect of something written by tenants for tenants rather than by staff. Keep on keeping on with it and I’ll keep watching.

    DW x

  4. Tue, 29 Sep 2009 at 7:27 pm
    Loop Permalink

    This is exactly what I am looking to do. Exciting.

  5. Thu, 1 Oct 2009 at 4:02 pm
    Newspaper » Lone Gunman Permalink

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