The Deptford Project

We’re grateful to The Deptford Project.

For their custom.

For making a lovely newspaper.

For letting us blog about it.

And for photographing it in a new way.

The Deptford Project — Newspaper

Here’s some more info from Eivind Z. Molvær,

“The newspaper describes The Deptford Project’s past, present and future. TDP is, amongst other things, a train carriage in the middle of Deptford high street, London, made into a cafe — which is worthy of a newspaper on its own (and it had been featured in many) but also a range of events and markets held on the site.”

The Deptford Project — Newspaper

The Deptford Project — Newspaper

More pics on Flickr.

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