From wild dogs to rotten apples, Jen Leem-Bruggen illustrates the scandalous 1904 Olympic marathon

Illustrated newspaper about the 1904 Olympic marathon by Jen Lee-Bruggen1904 St. Louis Olympics newspaper by Jen Leem-Bruggen

In August 1904, the first Olympic Games outside of Europe took place in St. Louis, Missouri. This historic Games is perhaps best remembered for its scandalous marathon, which was marked by a series of bizarre …

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Texas Joe’s brings barbecue history to London with Big Smoke Signal menu

TEXAS_JOE_015Big Smoke Signal newspaper for Texas Joe’s. Design by By Volume.

Texas Joe’s is making the Big Smoke a bit smokier. The barbecue restaurant opened in London this summer with a “spit and sawdust” approach that’s all about respecting Texas …

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Celebrating Morecambe’s print heritage with newspaper hats

Newspaper hat making workshop with Victoria Street Press at Street pARTy in MorecambeNewspaper hat making workshop at Street pARTy. Photograph by Bean Photo.

Here at Newspaper Club, we love discovering unexpected uses for newspaper. We’ve printed everything from photo filters to music singles to calendars on newsprint. But we’ve never lost our appreciation …

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Newspaper of the Month: Ultramar

Newspaper of the Month: Travel journal Ultramar from graphic designer Manon Raupp

Our Newspaper of the Month for July is Ultramar, an intricate travel journal from Toulouse-based graphic designer Manon Raupp.

The digital tabloid documents Raupp’s time in Spain and Portugal last summer, incorporating hand-written notes, drawings, collages and photographs. Printed as …

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Filed under: case studies, digital tabloid, illustration, Newspaper of the Month, photography, portfolio, students, The Newsagent, travel

A tour of our new office at South Block

Newspaper Club offie makeover at South Block in Glasgow

It’s been a few years since we moved into South Block, and Newspaper Club has grown a lot since then. We decided it was time to bring our Glasgow HQ up to speed, so we worked with Jackie Latimer …

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Celebrate #summerofprint with a contest from Newspaper Club + Stack

#summerofprint contest with Stack Magazines and Newspaper Club

This summer, we’ve teamed up with Stack for a contest to help you make the leap into print.…

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Printed Web #4 at ICP Museum

Printed Web #4 by Paul Soulellis at ICP MuseumMossless and Printed Web #4 at the ICP Museum. Image via ICP Museum.

We printed Printed Web #1, the first publication devoted to web-to-print art and discourse, as a traditional tabloid newspaper in 2013. Since then, the publication has taken …

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Filed under: art, case studies, digital broadsheet, events, exhibition, museums, print's not dead

Mapping conversations about Modern Scottish Women in newsprint

Modern Scottish Women newspaper for National Gallery of Scotland and the Glasgow Women's LibraryModern Scottish Women: A Mapped Conversation digital tabloid newspaper

Earlier this year, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and Glasgow Women’s Library teamed up to invite a range of women’s groups to respond to the major exhibition Modern Scottish

It’s Nice That says B-SIDES is one of “the best bits that came through the letterbox in July”

B-Sides digital tabloid explores the visual language of Brighton through the eyes of graphic designer Ian Caulkett

We were excited to see Ian Caulkett‘s B–SIDES newspaper included in It’s Nice That‘s monthly round-up of “the best bits that came through the letterbox” for July.…

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Peter’s Yard puts fika in print with The Perfect Host

The Perfect Host traditional mini newspaper for Peter's YardBeing a good host is more than a courtesy in Sweden – it’s a way of life. Swedes have long embraced the concept of fika, a daily gathering with friends and family to share conversation and baked goods. Peter’s

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