Planned maintenance for ARTHR

We're updating ARTHR, our free online newspaper layout tool

We’re making some improvements to ARTHR, our online layout tool. ARTHR is a quick, free way to design your own newspaper – no software required. It’s helped thousands of customers make their newspapers, but we want to make it even …

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CMYK vs. RGB: A Beginner’s Guide

What's the difference between CMYK and RBG colours?What are RGB and CMYK?

CMYK and RGB are two systems for mixing colours.

Computer monitors emit colour as red, green and blue light. We call this RGB.
Printers print in cyan, magenta, yellow and black inks. We call this …

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We’re hiring a Front End Ruby Developer

We’re looking for an experienced Ruby and Javascript Front End Developer to help us build the next generation of Newspaper Club.

We’re a small, smart company helping people to make and print their own newspapers. Since 2010, we’ve printed over 11 …

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Newspaper of the Month: Pizza Workshop Post

Pizza Workshop Post traditional tabloid newspaper

Our Newspaper of the Month for May is Pizza Workshop Postfrom Bristol-based pie slingers Pizza Workshop. The sourdough pizzeria opened last year with a simple but uncompromising mission: to make “one thing the best we possibly can.” …

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Make headlines this Father’s Day

Father's Day tabloid newspaper - Monsieur BarbierDigital tabloid newspaper designed by Monsieur Barbier.

Father’s Day is June 19. There’s still time to dust off the old family albums and make a newspaper all about Dad – like this one! It’s quick and easy to …

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The dreamy comic landscape of Lila #2

Lila #2 illustrated newspaper by David Mathews

David Mathews is a Delhi-born illustrator, book designer and animator based in Vienna. Lila #2 is his digital tabloid newspaper – a story of friendship and affection over distance and between books. Through absorbing, dream-like illustrations, Mathews asks his reader: what happens …

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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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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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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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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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