Mini newspaper for big voices at Tournez la Meule music festival

Tournez La Meule traditional mini concert programme

Tournez la Meule is a vocal festival founded in 2014 by well-travelled Swiss quintet 5 aux Moulins. What began as a group of friends celebrating their musical journeys – from Finland to Corsica to Bulgaria – has become a …

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Filed under: case studies, music, programmes, traditional mini

Steam Whistle Letterpress makes a big impression with a broadsheet

Steam Whistle Press traditional broadsheet newspaper

Steam Whistle Letterpress takes print tradition seriously. That’s not to say their cards don’t have a sense of humour (they definitely do) but their printing process is no joke. Each card is handset with individual pieces of wood type and …

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Filed under: case studies, catalogue, traditional broadsheet

Five Line Gallery hosts unconventional exhibitions in newsprint

Five Line Gallery digital mini newspaper. A catalog of exhibitions held in the classifieds section of LA Weekly. A project by Ben Schwartz.

It’s rare to find a pleasant surprise in the classified ads. Since February, Five Line Gallery has hosted unconventional exhibitions in the back pages of LA Weekly, situated amongst “a landscape of prostitution, marijuana and questionable legal practice.” …

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Filed under: case studies, digital mini, exhibition, print's not dead

Proêmes de Paris’s library-worthy lookbooks

Proemes de Paris newspaper lookbook

Paris-based label Proêmes de Paris is inspired by the crossroads of fashion and the written word. So it makes sense that they would approach their lookbooks like literature: “We would love to have people collecting our lookbooks season after season, …

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Filed under: case studies, catalogue, fashion, traditional tabloid

How the Bedford Clanger became our longest running newspaper

The Bedford Clanger celebrated 5 years in newsprint

We printed the first issue of the Bedford Clanger in May 2011. Thirty-one brilliant issues later and it’s our longest running newspaper! We’ve loved printing the Clanger and watching it grow and change shape over the years. As the Clanger…

Newspaper number 11,000,000: YO! Sushi

Traditional mini newspaper menu for YO! Sushi designed by &Smith

Congratulations to YO! Sushi on two counts: they ordered the 11,000,000th newspaper we’ve printed and they’re our biggest print job to date!

We printed nearly 1 million copies of their traditional mini menu, part of the new YO! Sushi identity …

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The Society of Publication Designers celebrates editorial design with newsprint

Traditional tabloid programme for Society of Publication Designers Awards Gala 2016Last Friday, the Society of Publication Designers held its 51st Annual Awards Gala in New York City. The event celebrates achievement in editorial design across mediums, from magazine covers to animated apps. Nominees were chosen from over 6,000 entries this year, with a …

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Newspaper of the Month: Washed Out

Washed Out by Jamie Kirk. A digital tabloid colouring zine for Mental Health Awareness Week 2016.

Our Newspaper of the Month for April is Washed Out, a colouring zine that aims to raise awareness of mental health through art. Created by UK-based illustrator Jamie Kirk, Washed Out is a collection of illustrations designed to be coloured in …

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Filed under: case studies, digital tabloid, illustration, Newspaper of the Month, The Newsagent, zines

A new look for Newspaper Club

New Website Screenshot

Things look a little different at Newspaper Club today! We’re excited to reveal some changes to our website that we hope will make it simpler than ever to print your own newspaper. Here’s what’s new:

A new design

We’ve update …

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The Rhubarb Triangle at the Hepworth Wakefield

Rhubarb Triangle - Martin Parr exhibition newspaper for Hepworth Wakefield

Since the 1970s, photographer Martin Parr has documented surreal pockets of everyday British experience – from bored couples to garish foodstuffs. Last year, the Hepworth Wakefield art gallery commissioned Parr to turn his lens on the Rhubarb Triangle, a nine-square-mile area …

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Filed under: art, case studies, exhibition, food, museums, photography, traditional tabloid

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