Newspaper of the Month: Year in Refuse

Year in Refuse illustration newspaper by Alex Westgate

Our Newspaper of the Month for February is Year in Refuse from illustrator Alex Westgate. Proof that one person’s trash is another’s treasure, this digital tabloid newspaper is a collection of rejected concepts – ideas that were “too weird, unsettling and otherwise …

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

Easter opening times

It’s almost Easter, and that means Easter eggs and Easter holidays! Newspaper Club will be closed on:

Friday 25 March (Good Friday)
Saturday 26 March
Sunday 27 March
Monday 28 March (Easter Monday)

We’ll be open again on Tuesday 29 March for all …

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Asphalt Chronicles visits Dakar, Senegal

Asphalt Chronicles Issue 02: Dakar. A newspaper by Kevin Couliau documenting pick up basketball in Senegal.

We first featured photographer Kevin Couliau on our blog last year, when the debut issue of his stunning basketball zine, Asphalt Chronicles, won Newspaper of the MonthSince then, Couliau has made two trips to Dakar, Senegal to document a …

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Filed under: case studies, digital tabloid, photography, travel, zines

It’s Makeup Time!

Amy Lesko It's Make Up Time Activity Book Newspaper

Newspapers aren’t just for reading. They’re also for drying shoes, wrapping giftssharpening knives, and wearing on your head. So there’s no reason why you couldn’t put makeup on them, too. It’s Makeup Time! is a digital

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Filed under: case studies, digital tabloid, illustration, newspaper crafts, students, The Newsagent

Newspaper of the Month: Places and Unknown Faces

Newspaper of the Month January 2016: Audrey Krako Photography Newspaper

Our Newspaper of the Month for January is Places and Unknown Faces by photographer Audrey Krako. She printed a digital tabloid newspaper to accompany her very first photography exhibition, currently on display at The Capitol Horsham.

Newspaper of the Month January 2016: Audrey Krako Photography Newspaper

It features …

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Newspapers are for lovers

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Looking for a different Valentine’s Day gift? A personalised newspaper could be just the thing to win someone’s heart.

We’ve seen some sweet love stories put into newsprint, like this wedding invitation from Studio Binky – who met working at the Nottingham

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Filed under: case studies, digital tabloid, holidays

Travels in newsprint: Isle of Skye

Isle of Skye Photography Newspaper by Matt Boyle

In honour of Burns Night, we’re sharing some beautiful images of Scotland from graphic designer Matt Boyle. Matt printed a digital tabloid to document his trip to the Isle of Skye and looking through his newspaper our hearts are

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Filed under: case studies, digital tabloid, holidays, photography, The Newsagent, travel

A hidden newspaper inside Intermezzi

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This is Intermezzi by Henriette Klara Artz. You might think it looks more like a book than a newspaper – and you’d be right.

But tucked inside this lovely illustrated book is, in fact, a lovely newspaper. Or rather, …

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Filed under: case studies, digital tabloid, illustration

Creative England Stories

Creative England Stories Newspaper

Creative England is a versatile not-for-profit organisation offering a broad range of support to creative people and businesses across England. Their work runs the gamut from delivering mentoring and funding to working with local councils to shut down streets for film …

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Filed under: branding, case studies, community, traditional tabloid

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