A traditional catalogue for heritage craftsman Robin Wood

Robin Wood woodwork at Haddon Hall newspaper

Few people are as attuned to the ways of wood as Robin Wood. For more than twenty years the master woodturner has strived, he says, “to simply to make the very best wooden bowls.”

His process, however, is far from …

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Mapping the stars with a cosmic calendar

Cosmic Calendar Digital Tabloid Newspaper by Michelle Merlin

It’s easy to lose track of celestial events that are happening right above our heads. The solution for Denver-based communication designer Michelle Merlin was a pocket-sized cosmic calendar. Printed as a digital tabloid, Merlin added a few extra …

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The Bothy Project at Glasgow International

Digital mini newspaper for The Bothy Project exhibition at Glasgow International. Created by Scott Brotherton & Ric Warren.

Here’s another great newspaper we printed for Glasgow International this year. The Bothy Sketchbook documents the research of visual artists Scott Brotherton and Ric Warren ahead of their Greyfield exhibition, on view now at House for an Art Lover.

The …

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Music and art for a good cause with Secret 7″

Secret 7" Programme - Traditional Mini Newspaper. Combining music and art for a good cause.

We’re very happy to be sponsors of Secret 7″ again this year. Since 2012, the project has raised over £130,000 for charity by inviting creatives to produce one-of-a-kind record sleeves for musicians ranging from Etta James to Tame Impala.…

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The Persistence of Type at Glasgow International

Persistence of Type Broadsheet Newspaper Glasgow International

The Persistence of Type at the 2015 Tramway exhibition. Photo via Panel.

The Glasgow International festival is in full swing, with an excellent programme of contemporary art events happening throughout April. We’re excited to have printed newspapers for a few events …

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Sharp and chic mini catalogue for LF Markey

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LF Markey is a London-based clothing label founded in 2008 by Central Saint Martins graduate Louise Markey. Since then, it’s grown into a fully fledged fashion house, with outposts across the globe stocking LF Markey’s wardrobe staples for “the creative and practical woman.”…

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Newspaper of the Month: Little Free Garden

Free Little Garden is a lovely guidebook that gives advice on how owners of a small garden can go about planting their own food. Our Newspaper of the Month winner for March 2016.

Our Newspaper of the Month for March is a handy guidebook from Little Free Garden (LFG), a Minnesota-based food growing project from the founders of Ugly Food of the North.

Inspired by the idea behind Little Free Library, the …

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Filed under: case studies, community, digital tabloid, folded, food, Newspaper of the Month, The Newsagent

A Japanese Air in Venice

A Japanese Air in Venice by Faye and Gina. A digital broadsheet newspaper about the work of the architecture student Sungju Lim

Photo courtesy of Collectif Blanc

 A Japanese Air in Venice (subtitled “The Story of a Beautiful Collision”) explores the intersection of two distinct styles of architecture, as seen through the work of architecture student Sungju Lim.

Last year Lim staged a …

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Filed under: case studies, design, digital broadsheet, students, The Newsagent

Around the world in a broadsheet with Fern

Fern Photography Travel Newspaper by Tom Reinert

When designer Tom Reinert embarked on a round-the-world trip with his girlfriend in 2014, he collected stories from his travels on his beautiful blog, Fernweh.

It’s a German word that roughly translates to “the urge to travel'” or “longing for …

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Filed under: case studies, digital broadsheet, photography, The Newsagent, travel

Planned downtime on Thursday 24 March 18:30 GMT

Just a brief note from the Engineering Dept.

The Newspaper Club website including ARTHR will be offline from 6.30 GMT on Thursday 24 March until midnight. This is so we can perform some routine maintenance.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused. We’ll keep …

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