Newspaper of the Month: Penny

Newspaper of the Month: Penny MagazineOur Newspaper of the Month for June is Penny, a new, collaborative publication of illustrated flash prose. After a year-long digital experiment, Penny launched not one, but two print editions: a perfect-bound magazine and a digital tabloid newspaper. They polled …

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How to Edit Photos of People for Digital Newspapers

How to edit photos of people for digital newspapers

We print all sorts of designs every day at Newspaper Club, and our poor presses have all manner of fine patterns and delicate lines to contend with every day. However. One of the things we continue to struggle with the most is …

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Filed under: ARTHR, case studies, catalogue, community, design, digital broadsheet, digital mini, digital tabloid, how to, photography, schools, students, team, technology

Oversized zine for XXL sights of Portland

XXL zine for Travel Portand. Photography by Danielle Delph.Portland has a long and esteemed history of zine publishing. So when Travel Portland launched a new campaign to promote the city last year, they stuck with a tried-and-tested format. Working with local artists, Travel Portland produced a dynamic series

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Filed under: case studies, traditional broadsheet, travel, zines

Cheers to Vinoteca’s down-to-earth wine list

Vinoteca wine list newspaper designed by dn&co

Vinoteca wants to change the way people drink wine. The bistro pioneered London’s wine-in-a-box movement and made headlines in 2014 as the first bar to offer Riesling on tap. Their approach isn’t a gimmick – banishing bottles is cheaper for customers and …

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Highlights from Glasgow School of Art’s Degree Show 2016

Work by Emily Stopford at Glasgow School of Art Degree ShowEmily Stopford, Glasgow School of Art

We love helping students make newspapers and many customers (and Newspaper Club employees!) come to us from the Glasgow School of Art. We look forward to checking out their work at the GSA Degree Show

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Meet new ARTHR!

Meet new and improved ARTHR

We’re excited to introduce a brand new version of ARTHR, our free online layout tool.

Since we launched ARTHR in 2009, it’s been the easiest way for our customers to design their own newspapers – just drag and drop …

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A visual guide to a year’s worth of seasonal produce

Green Grocer digital tabloid illustrated newspaperMeng Yang is a Chicago-based graphic designer. When he signed up for an organic produce share from local co-op Green Grocer last year, he decided to document his weekly bounty through illustration.

Now he’s turned his drawings into a digital tabloid newspaper …

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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