Bigger papers and smaller runs

10 september - 07 47

(the picture above was taken from Hybrids, a show at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, that features some of the stuff that Newspaper Club has printed)

When we first started Newspaper Club we set a number of restrictions to make it as simple as possible for us to get up and running, and to limit the number of things that could go wrong.

One of those was pagination: on day one, you could only print a 12 page newspaper. It made it easier for us to calculate the shipping costs and deal with logistics, and it felt like a reasonable compromise – 12 pages is thick enough to feel like a proper newspaper, but not so thick that it’s hard to fill.

But we’ve grown up, and many of our customers want a bit more flexibility. So, from today, you can print anything from 4 to 64 pages (in multiples of four, obviously).

Hurrah! Head on over to the pricing page to find out what it’ll cost you.

In addition, we’re now able to offer lower quantity full colour runs – now as few as 300 copies, down from the 500 minimum before. We know that you want even lower quantity colour runs, and we’re working on it, but we’re not quite there yet.

Posted by Tom | Comments (2)

Filed under: developments, engineering


  1. Tue, 12 Oct 2010 at 6:45 pm
    JTW Permalink

    I just wanna say, i luv you guys!! This is AWESOME!!

  2. Thu, 14 Oct 2010 at 3:54 pm
    Overmatter « Permalink

    […] The Newspaper Club has expanded what it can offer: now featuring smaller runs of colour and More varied page numbers. […]

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